Here is all that we know about Mission Impossible filming destroying a historic bridge in Poland!
Well, well, well, as all the people who are in love with the franchise of Mission Impossible are well aware of the fact that the cast, as well as the crew, is now preparing to resume its session of principal photography on its seventh outing. Although, there surely is one obstacle that stands as a hindrance in the process of production. The location of this situation is in Poland, Europe.
The initial plan of the process of filming was to begin at a bridge which is built 100 years ago back in 1909 in the Polish village of Pilchowice. The crew had planned to blow up a small section of this historical site (bridge) for a sequence excelling in the genre of action. In response to this request, there is a push from the citizens to recognize the bridge as a national monument.
Here is what Pawel Lewandowski has to say about these criteria that has come forward in Poland!
But then we had Pawel Lewandowski, the Deputy Culture Minister of Poland, who raised an argument that the bridge has been decommissioned from the use by local people back in 2016 because it had been deteriorating steadily. He also added that this particular bridge has no cultural value but if the production proceeds up in this area it would surely help to bring the attention of the global people to Poland.
Pawel explained to all the people in a written statement to the Wirtualna Polska which is an association of the Polish business that he would not focus on the fact that this bridge is a monument because it has been ruined and has no value. He also added that not all old things are monuments because a monument has social, artistic, or scientific value. He also says that nothing much would be affected because only a small part of its area would be destroyed.