Ekaterina and her husband arrive at the dwelling of a young healer, hoping for a miracle. As she steps into the room, he recognises his lost love. Now they must confront their past.
Tatiana Arntgolts, Valery Bushuev, Sergey Kempo.
Written and Directed by Dan Grin
Producers Stepan Bordachev, Dan Grin, Alexandr Boldyrev
Director of Photography Ian Ionov
Sound Designer Evgeniy Kalmykov
Composer Elias Tadeus
Production Designer Margarita Ermolaeva
Costume Designer Alena Generalova
Sergey was born in Moscow on December 6th, 1984. He graduated in stagecraft from GITIS in 2007, after which he was accepted into the Theatre of the Russian Army (CATRA).
Sergey has collaborated with the theater "Galaxy", and since 2012 has been an actor for the Yermolov Theater.
"Players" – Gavrushka; "The Picture Of Dorian Gray" - Dorian Gray
Theatre Of The Russian Army:
"Nightingale's Night" - Peter Borodin; "The Sevastopol March"; "Forever living"; "Chaika"; "Eleanor and Her Men"
Theatre "Galaxy": "Captain's Daughter"
Born on March 18, 1982, in Kaliningrad, Tatyana is the child of Albert Arntgolts (honoured artist of the Russian Federation), and Valentina Galich, both of whom are actors of the Kaliningrad regional drama theatre. Tatyana is 20 minutes older than her sister Olga. Both sisters studied in an ordinary school until the 9th grade, when they enrolled in an acting class in the 49th Kaliningrad Lyceum. Tatyana also took part in the pentathlon and rhythmic gymnastics. In 2003 she graduated from the Schepkin Theatre school.
Sasha - "Tricks of the old goat", Viktosha - Alexei Arbuzov's "Tales of old Arbat", Betty Whitehouse - "let sleeping dogs lie" (based on J. Priestley's play "Dangerous turn", dir. O. Shvedov), Kate - Alexander "Five evenings" (dir. Olga Anokhina).
Modern theatre repertory:
Gitel William "Two for the seesaw".
Valeriy was born on September 20, 1986, in the Western city Kaliningrad. In 2004 he enrolled in the law faculty of Moscow State Industrial University, but in 2005 he transferred to Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. Whilst studying there, Valeriy played on KVN (a Russian humour television show), which he continued to do after his studies. In the 8 years that he appeared on KVN, he played at all levels of the League of International Union, with the exception of the High League MS KVN.
Since KVN is unpaid, he had to resort to his original profession as a lawyer; in his own words: «In 2014, the legal profession has led me back to Moscow, where I first got to the set and fell in love with acting unconditionally.»