Singer Kye Metov will take part in Bashkir anti-drug project
Popular Russian singer and composer Kye Metov agreed to take part in the shootings of the four-series fiction film “And then others will come” about one of the Republican military-patriotic centers. This joint project of Bashkir satellite TV and Russian Federal Drug Circulation Control Service in RB is aimed at patriotic education and prevention of drug addiction and other asocial phenomena among youth.
The team will start shooting of the film in August. “This is the story about a 14-year old teenager, left without parents” – the film producer Elena Kosareva tells – “And this is the history of millions Russian teenagers, deprived of parental care. Our project is socially very significant so even such stars as Kye Metov easily agreed to join it”. Elena Kosareva is the author of the five-series documentary detective story about activity of Bashkir drug control, called “Heroes N” and announced the best anti-drug movie in Russia in 2006.