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The series "In Her Car," produced by Starlight Media and Gaumont, has been sold to Japan, Latvia, and Slovakia

15 Feb, 2024
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The series "In Her Car," produced by Starlight Media and Gaumont, has been sold to Japan, Latvia, and Slovakia

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The rights to the series "In Her Car," created by Starlight Media in partnership with the film studio Gaumont and European language partners from France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Switzerland, have been sold to Japan, Latvia, and Slovakia. Starlight Media announced this in a press release.

The Ukrainian producer of "In Her Car," also announced that premiere screenings of the series will take place soon in Kyiv and Berlin.

The global premiere will be held on February 19 as part of Café Kyiv 2024, a special event dedicated to the future of Ukraine in Europe. The event is organized by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

 

 

Additionally, to mark the anniversary of the full-scale Russian invasion, "In Her Car," series will be broadcast simultaneously on major European networks, including ZDFneo (Germany), France Télévisions (France), SRF (Switzerland), SVT (Sweden), DR (Denmark), YLE (Finland), and others.

The Ukrainian premiere will take place on February 25 on the STB channel.

"This war has changed us. And we should start honestly talking about our traumas and problems because it is the first step towards their resolution. I hope that the series will be able to help Ukrainians with this. And for the whole world, it will serve as a reminder: just because you don't hear much about events in Ukraine doesn't mean that aggression against our people has stopped. People are tired of news about war, and that's understandable. However, Ukraine still needs support. We feel it from the international community, but this support is not as strong as before. That's why we decided to release the series right now, on a painful date for us. We want the whole world to remember that we are here, we are fighting. And we are fighting not only for ourselves," commented Yevhen Tunik, the showrunner and creator of the idea behind "In Her Car."

 

 

"In Her Car," is a 10-episode drama that tells the story of Ukrainian woman Lydia. She worked as a psychologist but changed her profession during the war. She stays in the country and becomes a transporter. Each episode is a trip, and each trip has its passenger with a personal story.

The Odessa Journal

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