Gérard Depardieu is going to soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev to play in a film in which the Prague Spring in czechoslovakia in 1968, paramount, reports The Hollywood Reporter on Monday.
The French actor with Russian citizenship work for the project, in collaboration with the writer Charles Hlavka, and the Croatian film director Lordan Zafranovic.
The budget of the film is, according to the American entertainmentwebsite at around 10 million euros have been estimated. The yet-untitled production, is expected to be starting by the end of 2021, in the movie theaters to see it.
The Czech republic was established in 1968 and has been invaded by fighters from Russia, Poland, East Germany, and other countries belonging to the so-called warsaw pact because of the country of communism, however, too much deregulation. This is the Prague Spring is referred to as.
The Russian leader Brezhnev was responsible for the raid. The current Russian president, Vladimir Putin, offered in 2006 as an excuse for the invasion.
The seventy years of car industry in 2013, Russian citizens believed to be financial reasons.