Milos Bikovich visited beyond reality


Милош Бикович побывал за гранью реальности
The actor won in roulette unusual prize.

Милош Бикович побывал за гранью реальности

Milos Bikovich

Photo: Alexander Camber

Милош Бикович побывал за гранью реальности

Love Aksenov

Photo: Alekandra Camber

Milos Bikovich became the hero of the premiere of the film “Beyond reality”. Because he played in this adventure the home ribbon. Moreover, the Serbian counterpart of the actor in this film, was himself Antonio Banderas, who starred in the Russian film.

Милош Бикович побывал за гранью реальности

Marat Basharov with his daughter Adele

Photo: Alekandra Camber

Милош Бикович побывал за гранью реальности

Evelina Bledans

Photo: Alekandra Camber

In this collaborative project Hollywood, the company AMBI and our production company Kinodanz the shooting took place not only in Russia, but
in Italy, where they filmed the scene block
with the participation of Banderas.

At the Moscow premiere in the cinema “October” Hollywood’s macho could not come. But the screening of a film about a talented con man Michael and his team of people with paranormal abilities gathered a lot of stars.

Denis Shvedov

Photo: Alekandra Camber

Traditionally, before the screening of the film to present it on stage directed by Alexander
Boguslavskiy and members of the crew, among whom was the Love of Aksenov.

“Beyond reality” — special project for Russian cinema
as it prepares for both Russian and international hire.

“I’m really rooting for this film, told Bykowicz. — It creates a young, sincere, overflowing
with an enthusiastic team. And I was truly inspired by their positive”. By the way, during the filming of
casino actor Milos won at roulette from Director Alexander
Boguslav the replica that you wanted to include in the film. This is the phrase that
the character of Milos says to the hero Antonio Banderas: “do you remember what happened in
Belgrade?”. The Director has kept his word and included the phrase in the final version of the film.



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