Most of the foreign productions, in which Kamel Mezhevsky starred, were made in Great Britain.
In the case of “Barbarians”, the scene was almost breathless, because the second season of this series is made in Poland. Lemieszewski did not reveal a specific location, he only stated that he worked in a forest near Krakow.
“Run a lot in the mud, dressed gracefully, until the dark night, when it’s cold outside, so I’m almost freezing. Sword fight with and without armor, run through fire and burning barricades, create new choreographies of battles in groups quickly • Powerful and intense work – physically And mentally, says Kamil Lemieszewski in an interview with PAP Life.
He worked on the set of “Barbarians” for two weeks. Although he spent hundreds of hours playing behind the scenes fighting, he did not suffer any injuries other than bruises and cuts.
Among the other western productions in which Kamel worked as a stuntman, one can mention the latest part of the Bond film series, “Never Time to Die”, “Game of Thrones” and the fifth part of “Transformers”. However, Lemieszewski’s ambitions go far beyond being a stuntman and ring-show guy.
Work on “The Barbarians” inspired him to try once again to create his own production, which centers around the history of the Vandals and the Vikings. Filming for this project will begin in February in Greater Poland.
“Barbarians” is a German series that shows the fate of Germanic warriors in 9 BC, when they tried to stop the expansion of the Roman Empire. The second season of the series focuses on the events following the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, in which the Roman legions suffered a catastrophic defeat.
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