Belokurov Oleg Brisovich, (BOG) had once decided to agrue with God about very essential matters: the Birth and the Death. Then, in the 1970s he'd invented the Bozhena machine, an iron maiden which was supposed to give birth to children. In 1990 he'd worked on the issues of immortality. In spite of all that, he had to accept his defeat eventualy.
The former public prosecutor and murderer Vyacheslav Sharaevsky was sentenced to life in prison. He knew the procedure of execution and without fear waited for his death. The fear has come when he has understood, that there is a God, that the death won't be the end. In the chamber of the condemned man to him there was metamorphosis, stunning for his rational mind.
The Fate of Millionare in Russia
During the Boris Yeltsin's times in Russia it was possible to become a millionaire as well as loose everything in just one day. Our main character, who is a talented financier, has become a millionaire. After serving 8 years in Siberian prison, today he's returning back to a new Putuin's Moscow.
Two Masters of One Margarita
Albert Einstein and Sergey Konenkov had a lot of things in common - the search for the absolute matter and love to the same woman. Her name was Margarita. In 1945 she was called back to Moscow. It was the end of her 10 year -old affair with Einstein. In USSR nobody blamed the Konenkovs for 22 years hat they spent in the United States. All Three dreamed to be higher than apocalyptical 20-th century, to break out of the cloggy cobweb of politics. But even they failed to live in the history and be free from the history.
Walking on the water
She's had three children and a husband when she recognized her beloved, the one she saw in her dreams 20 years ago, was a prisoner serving a life sentence. Love is crazy. She divorced the ideal husband to marry a killer.
The Movie's Over
The time has come to live simply. Just love. Some highly purified love. "Cinema" of their lives erupted nearly 10 years ago when we began our movie and could hardly imagine when the whole adventure is going to be over. Then, Lena, mother of three and the embodiment of unfathomable Russian soul, in the nature of sacrifice, divorced Yura and married a murderer sentenced to life imprisonment. What was it? Now, after the painful test of becoming husband and wife again, Lena and Yura, simple rural aristocrats of the spirit, once again amaze us with the depth of their introspection, subtlety of feeling, humor and sadness about the unrealizable.