The sort film “Baker Street Live” is being produced for December 2016 exhibition “The Masterpieces of Russian Cinematography”. The film is aiming to intrigue the viewer by the strength of British culture taking place within Russian cinematography influencing and shaping the soviet and modern Russian society. The story of two puppets – Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson - undertaking an investigation and finding the lost pages scattered around London by which they are mostly intrigued. As the puppets keep finding page by page, they unveil their own story as if one discovers himself from within. And as ever, the successful investigation by Serlock results in the re-union of the lost pages with their lawful owner.
|Release Date||:||December 10, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Kate Coe Studios|
|Production Countries||:||United Kingdom|
|Director||:||Kate Coe, John Austin|
|Casts||:||Rahel Kapsaski, Soozi Chameleone, Jeff Kristian|
|Plot Keywords||:||london, russia, cinematographer, satire, sherlock holmes, puppets|
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