A biopic based on an event in the life of Russia’s beloved singer-songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky. In the summer of 1979 during a concert in Bukhara the legendary Russian bard suffers a heart-attack and a clinical death.
Russian director, screenwriter and sometimes actor.
Pyotr Buslov was born in Khabarovsk a city in the Russian Far East. Forgoing a promising wrestling career, he decided to pursue a future in film. Without being admitted to the film school full time, he joined Karen Shakhnazarov’s directorial workshop at VGIK. In his third year of studies, after directing “The Hard Work of The Old Moirae”, he was admitted to the program full time.
Buslov’s graduating project, “Bimmer” ( “Буммер”), released in 2003, brought him recognition among his peers,collecting awards at several domestic film festivals. It also brought considerable commercial success, becoming a blockbuster nationwide. Following the success of his first film Buslov directed several commercials and promotional reels. He also starred in Elija Khotinenko’s films “Odyssey. 1989” (2003) and “Call Me Genie” (2004).
His next film, “Bimmer. Part Two” (“Heaven on Earth”), was released in March 2006.
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