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Two days of filming in Sapri, Italy expected this month

10-Sep-2019 • Bond 25

Daniel Craig and the first unit will film 'No Time To Die' scenes in the coastal town of Sapri, Italy,  according to local press reports. Action will take place at the canal, train station and port.

Various dates have been floated, presumably, weather permitting, of either Tuesday and Wednesday this week, or later in the month on the 23rd and 24th September.

An aerial crew is expected for the shoot.

Sapri is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy. It is one of the southernmost towns of the region of Cilento, about 200km southwest from the bulk of the production in Matera.

Filming is also expected to take place on the beach in Spiaggia dell'Arco Magno.


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