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- Local residents of the village of Pilchowice in Poland have been on strike for several days, they oppose the filming of the project "Mission Impossible 7"
Local residents of the village of Pilchowice in Poland have been on strike for several days, they oppose the filming of the project "Mission Impossible 7"
The thing is that the filmmakers will have to blow up a bridge located on the territory of this village during filming. This historic building is 111 years old this year.
Director Christopher McQuarrie has already signed an agreement with the local administration and paid a round sum of money, as a result of which the railway bridge will be blown up. The villagers learned about this news and decided to start protests.
The film's producers immediately reacted to the protests of civilians. They made a speech where it was said that the bridge would not be completely destroyed, but only some of its parts, which are still on the verge of destruction. Moreover, they explained that this bridge is not of historical value for Poland, so sooner or later it will still have to get rid of it.
The creators of the picture also talked to journalists. They explained that local residents did not go to the rally just like that, but because one special person really does not like the decision of the local administration. It was decided not to disclose the name of this person. Moreover, the director of the project publicly announced that after the filming of the film, a certain amount of money will be transferred to the budget of this village, which will be enough for the construction of a new railway bridge. This construction will improve the economic situation in the region, as well as attract a large number of people for tourism purposes.
Recall that in "Mission Impossible 7" the main role will be played by Hollywood actor Tom Cruise, who has already invested a huge amount of money in the shooting of the picture. The premiere of this film is scheduled for November 2020. Initially, the last part of the franchise was supposed to be presented in August, but due to the pandemic, plans had to be changed.