WHO’S IN IT?

Aleksandr Kuznetsov (Leto), Vitaliy Khaev (Playing the Victim), Evgeniya Kregzhde (The Geographer Drank His Globe Away), Michael Gor (Bridge of Spies), Elena Shevchenko (Sympathy Seeker), Igor Grabuzov (Rzhev), Aleksandr Domogarov (Six Degrees of Celebration)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Kirill Sokolov (film debut), director, writer, editor; Sofiko Kiknavelidze (The Delivery Guy), producer; Dmitriy Ulyukaev (The Land of Oz), cinematographer

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Matvey (Kuznetsov) arrives at the apartment where his girlfriend Olya’s (Kregzhde) family lives with a hammer and a singular motive: to kill Olya’s father, brutish detective Andrey (Khaev), in an attempt to restore her honour. However, Andrey proves to be a more formidable and deadlier foe than even he had anticipated…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

With hints of Tarantino, Peckinpah and even the Coen brothers, Russian filmmaker Kirill Sokolov makes an attention-grabbing debut with a pitch-black comedy with enough gore to fill an entire water closet.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

MONDAY 20TH APRIL 2020 (AVAILABLE ON VOD)