The film begins as a stylized police shooting. Hero - police captain - shoots his routine work, family, and adventures. One day he forgets the camera in glove box. In the parking lot near the supermarket, teenagers robbed a car. They took the camera. Fellows from working outskirts play with new toy. They are three, film protagonists. These three friends are at the same time three heroes, three social types, and three possible scenarios for life. Beautiful, cunning and kind. The camera captures their aimless wandering round the district, mindless chatter, and careless life. Gradually appears the main theme of their young lives – love. Proms and quarrels with girls, thoughts of a future family, work and military service. Unplanned pregnancy. The culmination of the film is the history of sudden and strong love. Youth’s cynicism and infantilism face a real and important manifestation of life, and heroes’ world turned over.
Aleksandr Rastorguev was born in Rostov-on-Don in 1971. Graduated from the St-Petersburg Academy of Theater Art (LGITMiK) in 1998. Worked as a TV-director and theater dramatist.
Mummies (2001), Maundy Thursday (2003), Tender’s Hit: Wild, Wild Beach (2006), I love you (2011, co-director Pavel Kostomarov)