Russian-Ukrainian film "Battle for Sevastopol" directed by Sergei Mokritsky published in Russian and Ukrainian release on Thursday, the Ukrainian version of the painting is called " Ntlama ".
in the scenario of the film is an excerpt from the biography of one of the most famous snipers of the Second world war, Hero of the Soviet Union Ludmila Pavlyuchenko.
"in Ukraine, the film was to be released in the same day, and in the Russian Federation, but with a different name "Ntlama" - " indestructible ". In both countries the picture produces the film " twentieth century Fox ". In Russia it will come out more than 2500 screens, Ukraine is also wider release over 200 cinemas, " said Fins news producer Natalia Mokritsky.
Pavlyuchenko, destroyed 309 German soldiers, and that became the first Soviet citizen, who was in the American White house. By coincidence, after her speech before the U.S. Congress in 1943, the Americans opened a Second front. Most of the film takes place on the background of the legendary defense of Sevastopol in 1941-1942. The shooting took place in Sevastopol, and similarly, in Kiev, Odessa, Kamianets-Podilskyi.
Role Pavlyuchenko played Yulia Peresild ( "Edge" ), the movie also starred Yevgeny Tsyganov ( " Brest fortress ", "Peter FM" ), Sergey Puskepalis ( "what I did last summer" ), Nikita Tarasov ( " private parts ", "Kitchen" ). The role of the U.S. first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, which Pavlyuchenko made friends during his visit to America, played by British actress Joan Blackham ( "the Diary of Bridget Jones" ).
the main musical theme of the film was the song "Cuckoo" of " Cinema ", a new version which recorded a Russian participant of "Eurovision-2015" Polina Gagarina.