Late 19th century in St. Petersburg. Agatha Kern is a noble deceiving people to extort them money to support her family. The reflective inspector Pushkin finds in the smart woman an unexpected ally to uncover crimes. While Agatha often travesties, they constantly face adventurous intrigues, murders, lies, mystics… But what about love?
Detective (historical) series
RU | 2020 | 4K | 4X45', season 3 completion June 2021, season 4 to be confirmed in 2021 | Russian, English (sub.) | By Vladimir Koifman | Zebra Film Group | Broadcaster: TVC Channel | Script-writer: Grigory Zhikharevich (Based on the novels by Anton Chizh) | Cast: Daria Lenda, Konstantin Kryvkov, Alexander Polovtsev, Boris Khvoshnyansky.
SeaSON 2: Roulette of Fate
4X45', season 3 completion June 2021, season 4 to be confirmed in 2021
the dark side of the light
RU | 2018 | 2x44’ | HD | Russian, English (sub.) | by Grigory Zhikharevich | Zebra Film Group | Broadcaster: TVC Channel | Script-writer: Grigory Zhikharevich | Cast: Anna Banshikova, Vladislav Resnik, Yury Elagin, Leonid Alimov, Konstantin Vorobyov
RU | 2012 | 8x44’ | HD | Russian, English (sub.) | by Leo Zisman | KOBURA film Company | Broadcaster: Russia 1 TV Channel | Script-writer: Leo Zisman | Cast: Danila Zozlovky, Anya Chipovskaya, Vladimir Epifantsev, Dina Korzoon.
Historical series, drama.
1929, Harbin, Russian city in China. The Ukrainian Eybozhenko family works on the Russo-Chinese railway. They raise their sons: Boris, who dreams of becoming a steam locomotive driver, and Vovka, a gifted violinist. After a war between Russia and Japan, which ended in Harbin being occupied by the Japanese, Japan purchases the railroad from the U.S.S.R. in 1935. The Eybozhenko family has to go back to Russia. Stalin doesn't trust the former residents of Harbin, because they've seen another reality than the Soviet's ones. Boris' sent to a Gulag. At Stalin's death in 1953, Boris is freed and tries to start a new life with his brother, Vovka. But their past in Harbin keeps hunting them. Boris’ former love, Luda and his rival, Krahmalnikov reappear. Can time alleviate pain and revenge feelings? Can we really free ourselves from our past, and of the course of History?
Based on a true story, written by Boris Khistenko in My Tale of Survival.