Vladislav Rosalov during the slaughter of college
Filmmakers want to understand how a tragedy that killed 20 people could happen and also tell about the lives and problems of adolescents.
Russian film company Baselevs began filming a film about the tragedy in Kerch, which took place on October 17, 2018. On Wednesday, April 17, reports Tass.
At the center of the plot is the story of 18-year-old student Vladislav Roslakov, who organized a shooting and explosion of a college, causing 21 deaths and more than 50 injured.
"The film will tell the story not only about Roslakov himself, but also for the dead and for the surviving teachers and students," a representative of the company told reporters.
He noted that the filmmakers want to learn how this tragedy could happen, investigate security issues in educational institutions, talk about the lives and problems of adolescents that adults usually do not pay attention to.
The movie will be made in the form of a lifetime on the screen – the action will unfold directly on the computer screen or smartphone.
"Instead of the scenery, the desktop instead of the action of the hero, the cursor," explained the press service.
The director of the picture will be Leonid Marandi, the timing of the release of the footage has not yet been called.
Founder of the film company Timur Bekmambetov is creator and ideologist of the new film life span. He is the director of the films "Night Watch", "Day Watch", "Especially Dangerous", producer of films First Time, Bitter!, Remove from Friends, Hardcore, Christmas Trees.
Recall, fourth year student Vladislav Roslyakov October 17, made the shooting and triggered a bomb at the Kerch Polytechnic College. 20 people were killed, including 15 students and five colleagues. More than 50 people were injured.
After a member of the "terrorist act" was prosecuted, later she was reclassified as an article about the killing of two or more people in a generally dangerous manner. Roslyakov committed suicide in the college library.
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