Los Angeles, Nov 24 (Prensa Latina) U.S. actor and director Clint Eastwood's latest film ''The 15:17 to Paris'', a story on thwarted terrorist action, will be premiered, said various websites.
According to the website e.cartelera, the film was shot in the original locations in which the actions took place, seeking to bring characters closer to real life.
The film, to be premiered in February, is about the August 2015 events, when a man fired on a train that was traveling from Amsterdam to Paris.
The perpetrator, Ayoub El Khazzani of Moroccan origin, was killed before committing the killing, so only three people were injured.
Such terrorist action did not become a massacre thanks to the intervention of three young people traveling on the train: student Anthony Sadler, U.S. Army National Guard specialist Alek Skarlatos from Oregon, and a U.S. Air Forces member Spencer Stone.
Eastwood selected these three people that lived the events to perform the characters in his film.
He said that the film is a tribute to ordinary people, particularly these young people that took action to save lives when the extremist got on the train.
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