She chose the book “the Fly-Tsokotuha”.
Hollywood actress Milla Jovovich read a children’s book “the Fly-Tsokotuha” in the Russian language in the framework of “Tales at home,” reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Country.
A video posted on her page in Instagram.
Jovovich texted that the action of “tales of home” was launched specifically for children who are sitting in quarantine. She also added that “the Fly-Tsokotukha” — one of her favorite books from childhood.
The actress said that she was going to record a few favorite songs in Russian.
“I’m going to record some of my favorite songs in the Russian language, and then try to write some fairy tales in English and for older children,” concluded Milla Jovovich.
The project “tales of home” launched musician Vasily Zorkiy. It already featured Michael Schatz, Danila Kozlovsky, Alexander Robak and many other actors and musicians.