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10.11.2017 THE SHORT WORD NO

They are from different worlds. She is Natasha Korneeva, a.k.a. Tata, as her parents call her. She was brought up by an intellectual wealthy family. He is Zhenia Stryapkin, a.k.a. Zheka or Stryapa, an orphanage kid, born to fight for his place in the sun. Tata is a student of the Academy of Arts. Zheka is a thief and a desperate chevalier of fortune. But this is here nothing like a thriller or detective story. This is love story. A true one.

07.11.2017 THE LIGHT LINE

Varya, an 18 year-old, lives with her parents in a closed religious community. Since the very childhood all they have been teaching her is working hard, believing sincerely, say prayers, and obey the will of the community's leader - His Holiness. This is her whom he wants to make his fourth wife. But neither violence, nor bullying by His Holiness’ "elder" wives cannot break her morale. She escapes hoping to get the law after His Holiness in the greater world, though she knows nothing about life beyond the community.



Genre: action, thriller

TV series: 12 episodes х 1TV h

Scriptwriters: Dmitriy Akimov, Alexandr Burtsev, Aleksey Shikin

Directing by Alexandr Stroev, Aleksey Shikin

Director of Cinematography: Dmitriy Kabanov, Pavel Kiselev

Music: Maxim Koshevarov

Cast: Sergei Mahovikov, Alexandr Sayutalin, Andrey Averyanov, Vladimir Maslakov, Egor Kutenkov, Natalia Burmistrova, Maria Zhiganova, Evgeniy Ganelin

Producers: Maria Alexeeva, Mikhail Barkan, Sergei Karataev, Dmitriy Soshnikov, Victor Umnov, Marina Fomenko, Leonard Yanovsky 

Production: Intra Communications, Inс.® for OJSC “Teleradiocompany “Petersburg”


At their police service the main characters constantly face the injustice of the law they serve. Murderers, rapists and burglars go unpunished. Their unavenged victims and those who managed to stay alive lose faith in justice.

Botsman, Valery Blinov, Maksim Sorokolet, Slava Generalov and Pavel Verba are men in every sense of the word, lively and understanding. Every outlaw will get what he deserves. Where a presumptuous bastard managed to escape punishment by bribing the jury or to dismiss a criminal case with a help of dirty cops, ‘The white arrow’ will always find a way to achieve their goal.

This is the story where ‘all names and events are purely fictional’. But the more the plot coincides with the viewer’s everyday life, the more he wants to keep up with the characters and be happy for the achieved justice. At least on screen.