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"It's very painful". Cyborgs star Viacheslav Dovzhenko stunned us by admitting that he had never seen the movie in its entirety, and explained why

Oksana GaydorNews
Dovzhenko played a commander with the call sign "August" in the movie.

The star of the movie Cyborgs, Viacheslav Dovzhenko, has admitted that he has never seen the movie that made him famous. According to the actor, there was so much footage that the final version of the movie "Cyborgs" did not include shots that are very important for the artist.

Viacheslav Dovzhenko told about this in an interview with us. The actor played a commander with the call sign "August" in the movie.

The film is based on the real events of 2014 that took place at Donetsk airport during its defense by our defenders. The screenplay was written by Natalia Vorozhbyt based on the real memories of the fighters, including Kyrylo Nedria (call sign "Docent"), Yevhen Zhukov (Marshal), Captain Yevhen Mezhevikin (Adam), Oleksandr Trepak (call sign "Redut"), who led the defense of Donetsk airport for almost two months, and many others. The film was directed by Akhtem Saitablaev.

''It's very painful''. Cyborgs star Viacheslav Dovzhenko stunned us by admitting that he had never seen the movie in its entirety, and explained why

Viacheslav Dovzhenko says that he remembers filming Cyborgs very fondly, but admits that he hasn't seen the movie yet: "Because I was in the material, I was creating it, but many scenes were not included in the film for objective reasons, and they are very expensive, and it hurts."

''It's very painful''. Cyborgs star Viacheslav Dovzhenko stunned us by admitting that he had never seen the movie in its entirety, and explained why

The actor is currently starring in the movie The Other Franco, which will be released in theaters on February 8. The actor hasn't seen this movie yet either, because "not everything went in, and it will hurt again." In addition, the actor admitted to us that he had to reduce his fee for working in films significantly, because "I still haven't felt that the industry has revived and everything will be fine."

"And no one knows what will happen tomorrow," says the actor. "We started working only about a year ago. And it can't be called strong employment, which was until February 2022. With less power, with smaller budgets and fees, but we are working. At the beginning of the invasion, I, like most of my colleagues, thought that our profession might not exist anymore. My anxiety was exacerbated by the fact that I realized that I could do nothing else. And I don't know if I could ever reform, but I clearly realize that thanks to the audience, the faith in the actors is returning to them that everything we do is necessary."

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