The adventures of the famous gay water polo team have had a sequel, scheduled for release on April 13. In this second installment, the Glitter Shrimps are on their way to the Gay Games in Tokyo but find themselves stranded in a particularly homophobic region of Russia after missing their correspondence. film was actually shot between Kyiv and Lviv in Ukraine, a country that hosted many film shoots before the start of the war, particularly for economic reasons. Since then, part of the Ukrainian team of actors and technicians, including actor Vladimir Rashchuk and executive producer Olias Barco, have taken up arms to fight the Russian invader, says Cédric Le Gallo, who co-signs the film with Maxime Govare, in the columns of Le Parisien: “Overnight, we saw our actors dressed as soldiers […]. They did not go to the front reluctantly, but with the ardor and the determination to save their country. met the team in the evening.”Today, when we see the film, we say to ourselves that the streets in which we shot may no longer exist”, reacted Maxime Govare. front, the French team notably participated in a collection to buy them bulletproof vests and regularly sends them images of the previews of the film which all end with the spectators who shout, in chorus, “Slava Ukraini” (“Glory to Ukraine”).