Masakra is the first Belarusian horror movie released in 2010. The film’s director, Andrey Kudinenko, refers to it as a “Bulba horror”. The film is set in the 60s of the 19th century, in the Northwestern Krai of the Russian Empire, following the brutal suppression of the national uprising. The agency took care of the PR campaign to promote the film.
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