Sean Penn abandoned his car in Ukraine and traveled miles on foot to Poland after the Russian invasion.
actor mysterious river He is making a documentary on the Russia-Ukraine crisis for Vice Studios and visited the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv last week before Russia launched an attack on February 24.
Providing an update on his trip to the field on Monday, the 61-year-old revealed that he and his teammates fled the country like many other Ukrainians.
“Two colleagues and I walked miles to the Polish border after leaving our car on the side of the road,” he wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of him dragging a suitcase along a car-lined road.
He added that “almost all the cars in this picture carry only women and children, most of them bear no sign of luggage, and the car is their only valuable wealth.”
He still has to share any further updates about his position.
The star met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshuk last week. He also attended a press briefing.
The director had already visited Ukraine in November and met with soldiers.
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Addressing the dispute on Twitter over the weekend, the Oscar-winning actor wrote: “It was indeed a huge mistake that lost lives and broke hearts, and if he does not give up, I think Putin will make the most terrible mistake for it. All humans. President Zelensky and the people of Ukraine have established themselves as historical symbols of courage and principle. (…) If we leave Ukraine to fight on our own, our soul, like America, is lost. ”
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