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British broadcasting organization “bi-Bi-si” will shoot a TV drama about the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. It is reported by BBC News on Friday, may 17.
It is noted that consisting of two parts, the film will tell about how “ordinary people reacted to the crisis on his doorstep, displaying extraordinary heroism.” The project name is not specified. Also not yet announced the casting.
Writers Adam Patterson and Declan lawn, who were brought to work on the film, said that they were honored to tell the story, and noted that the basis of their reliance on extensive and thorough research. “We were amazed by the generosity of Salisbury residents that have opened in the last few months and continue to do it,” they added.
One of the leaders of the unit “bi-Bi-si drama” piers Wenger stressed that the incident in Salisbury shocked the nation and had a huge impact on the local community. In his opinion, drama “displays courage, fortitude and personal experience of local residents who found themselves in a situation unimaginable nightmare.”
On March 4, 2018, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious on a bench in the Park in Salisbury. They were poisoned with nerve substance and fell into a coma. In London believe that the attack was sanctioned by the highest leadership of Russia. Moscow has declared his innocence to the incident.
Video, photo All from Russia.