Konstantin Khabensky revolted


Константин Хабенский поднял восстание
The actor played the role of Lieutenant-caves, who planned the revolt of prisoners in a concentration camp.

Константин Хабенский поднял восстание

Still from the film

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Near Vilnius finished shooting a large-scale
the international project “the Legend of escape.” The film is based on events that
what happened during the Second World war in the Nazi death camp Sobibor, and
tells about the Soviet army Lieutenant, Alexander Pechersky, who
able to plan international uprising of prisoners from Western
Europe.

Константин Хабенский поднял восстание

Maria Kozhevnikova (Frame of film)

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In place of nonconclusory in Poland are now
archaeological excavations, so the creators of the film “the Legend of escape” has decided
to rent near in Lithuania in the conditions of a similar nature. Using real blueprints
Sobibor art Director of the film Jurgita Gedvilaite created scenery. With
all over Europe were collected a few thousand units of props. In large-scale scenes
attended by over 10,000 actors and extras. The main role of Lieutenant
Pechersk performed by keira Knightley.

Константин Хабенский поднял восстание

Konstantin Khabensky (the Frame of the movie)

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In other roles —
international cast — Maria Kozhevnikova, Christopher Lambert,
Felix, Ancell, Dainius Kazlauskas, Mikhalina Olshansky, Wolfgang Czerny, Philip
Reinhardt and many others. During the filming of some scenes for members
team on the court was attended by five translators — Yiddish, Dutch,
Polish, English and German languages.

Константин Хабенский поднял восстание

Still from the film

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“We wanted to tell
the story to the audience, because it is not very known to us, says
producer Elmira Anulova, But this is the only successful uprising in
the concentration camp in the entire history of the Second world war. Our Soviet officer released
European concentration camp: about 300 people escaped and the rest of the war alive
left 50. In addition, memories of survivors and chronicle their
meetings, which allowed us to create a good documentary basis for
“.

Still from the film

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