Genre: thriller
Running time: 86 min
Year of production: 2008
Andrey Libenson
Sergey Melkumov, Dmitry Meskhiyev, Sergey Shumakov
Executive Producer
Natalya Gorina
by Andrey Libenson after the story by Oleg Osipov
Sergei Machilsky, R.G.C.
Yuriy Poteenko
Film Editor
Alexey Maklakov
Art Director
Vladimir Yuzhakov
Costume Design
Tatyana Poyarkova
Make-up designer
Marina Krasnovidova
Cast: Alexey Guskov, Ekaterina Vilkova, Artur Smoliyaninov, Alexey Gorbunov, Ekaterina Rednikova, Andrey Smolyakov, Yuriy Itskov, Ivan Kokorin, Andrey Zibrov, Marina Solopchenko and Sergey Garmash

Production: Non-stop Production in cooperation with Cherepakha Studio

Official site: www.tkgsfilm.ru


In St. Petersburg, little girls die from the hand of a serial murderer, one after another. Every Wednesday the murderer claims the life of a girl between the ages of nine and twelve. The city is horrified by the enormity of the crime which is beyond belief. Parents are afraid to let their children outdoors. Newspapers stir up hysteria, criticizing the police and demanding the murderer to be captured before he strikes again.
Captain Petr Moiseyev is the detective in charge of the case; he is high-strung and totally absorbed by the investigation.
A clue takes Moiseyev to the town of Svetlogorsk, where a puzzle may lead the detective to the murderer. To find out the murderer he has to reveal the mysteries of this small town. While the investigation is carried out the murderer lets the Captain know that he is close by and is anticipating for the next Wednesday to commit the following murder.
In order to catch the murderer the detective first has to overcome his own fear...

I wanted to make a genre movie: tense, emotional and mysterious, with clear and vivid human story. The movie authors’ aim is not to make an answer to Hollywood or Cinecittà in maniac-thriller genre (by the way, they don’t wait for the answer), and won’t be engaged in cinematographic messianship - they will tell the story. From the beginning till the end. Intense, uncompromising story of where fear can lead a man. Andrey Libenson.