Ultra Film premieres a love saga with elements of drama in March
West Palm Beach, FL – March 1, 2020 –Ultra Film, the first HD movie network offering the best in modern films from around the world, dubbed or originally produced in Spanish for the U.S. Latino audience, premieres Nothing Happens Twice series, a Ukrainian love saga with elements of drama every Tuesday, starting on March 3rd at 10 p.m.
Nothing Happens Twice is set in a small military settlement right on the border, in which everything seems quiet and peaceful, but this first impression turns out to be false. This is a small country with its own rules where passion, love, fidelity, and adultery find their place. The characters face challenging decisions and fatal meetings, which will lead to trials and amazing love experiences.
The story unfolds in the early ’90s when Dmitry and Katya Bogdanov arrived at the place of service in a military base. The young Katya immediately falls in love with the political officer of Ognev, a lone wolf. The chief of the outpost, major Kalinin, does not marry his warrior friend Raisa, he is secretly in love with another. Peaceful life in the town ends with a drama: several major characters die after a house explosion.
After 20 years, a successful businessman, Vadim Ognev, meets Masha, the spitting image of Katya, whom he loved all his life. He understands that he will not miss his happiness for the second time. It suddenly turns out that the explosion that killed people on the pit was not accidental and the suspicion falls on Ognev. Each of the heroes has to go their own way to find out the truth and to move on.
Filmed in Ukraine, Georgia, Spain, and the U.S., Nothing Happens Twice is a 16-episodes series of 52 minutes each, produced by FILM.UA, OKSANA, and BAYRAK Studio. The Main load in the story goes to Ekaterina Tyshkevich, a young Ukranian actress who will play two roles – mother, and after 20 years, her daughter. Also, starring well-known names as Anton Batyrev, Maksim Drozd, Alla Maslennikova, Irina Efremova, among others.
Ultra Film is owned and operated by Olympusat, Inc., and is currently available on Liberty, Charter Spectrum, fios by Verizon, Hotwire Communications and VEMOX™.
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