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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Central Moscow streets will be blocked off for the shooting of the TV series strange

To the fact that the streets of the capital override – engineering works, festival, occasion enough – Muscovites have become accustomed. But this time with a dozen main streets will close for shooting television series, and for the entire month of September when everyone is back from vacations and gearing up for a working, educational, theatrical and musical season.

photo: Alexander Chernushenko

And here is a list of streets that will be closed: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Kazakova, Radio, Volochaevskaya, Academicians of the Samara and Khokhlova, alleys Lyalin and Barachevskii, Khitrovskaya and andronevskaya square, white stone and Bogorodskoye highway… In General, the scope serious: apparently, the panorama of Moscow will present in the series.

But if I at least know who, what or about whom will take, I would not have been so annoying to look for detours and Parking spaces, to stand in traffic jams. But information is not in the press service of the Department of transport, which is responsible for road closures, they say – they say, do not know from whom the order, but once received – perform.

Then ring up the largest Russian companies for shooting TV series and trying to figure out whose hand is it. No one knows, but one firm gave a hint: “Until now, no company allowed themselves that luxury, and it is not only in money but also in relationships. For such a pattern will block the half of Moscow, if there’s no interest in important officials. They also can give permission for such a thing.”


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