Ukrainian TV channel "inter" to the Victory Day took a special promotional video for the movie " go to fight some old people ", in continuation of the famous film the audience will see the final scene from the movie where the main characters, as promised, brought the orchestra to the graves of the fallen in the war.
Painting Leonid Bykov "go to fight some old people" ends with captain Titarenko mechanic And a lot of sitting near the graves of the fallen pilots. Hero Alexey Smirnov says: "When the war ends, We shall return here. Go to these places - who will survive "." And get the best Symphony orchestra, " says Maestro.
"We beheld in the final of the certain promise And decided to implement it. The film "go to fight some old people" For us, we can say, at present the main Movie, "explained the idea of a promo video-Director of the channel "inter" Oleksiy Pasichnyk.
in the sequel of the film the audience will see the final scene - the characters sit around the grave, promised after the war to come to the area of the death of comrades and orchestra And " embed Darkie ". And at the same time with cinemazone, in real time goes on, what say heroes Bykov And Smirnov. Across the field to the old soldier's grave move citizens in tuxedos with musical instruments in hand.
For this shooting a television channel invited the national presidential orchestra of Ukraine. According to the scenario, the musicians suited to a military monument with a star, arranged around the tomb of the chairs, sit down, pick up their instruments And after the final words "as embedding a Darkie from the beginning to the end" sounds one of the most beloved And memorable melodies of the film - " darkie ".
in addition, the television channel may 9, preparing a concert would sound songs And quotes from the movie Bykov, and plans to show during the holidays the Film itself. The channel also restores the destroyed monuments of the great Patriotic war in different regions of Ukraine in the framework of the project "Nobody is forgotten" And collects photos And frontline stories.