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Eugeniy Vetrov is a successful cardio surgeon, he is absolutely happy. Each morning he goes to work with pleasure and his colleagues adore him, his saved patients worship him, his boss respects him. Each night he hurries home where his beautiful loving wife waits for him. But on the day of making a very important contract with an American investor to create a new medical center, Vetrov's wife gets killed. She is found strangled in their apartment. Vetrov becomes the main suspect. He gets accused and sentenced to a long term. On his way to Siberia Eugeniy manages to run away and he decides to go back to Moscow where he will make his own investigation and find the real killer. Written by
Pakhomov and Topilin, the characters of Aleksey Serebryakov and Andrey Smolyakov, both have the same first names and patronymics as the actors who played them: Aleksey Valeryevich and Andrey Igorevich, respectively. However, Vetrov, played by Evgeniy Mironov, is named Yevgeny Borisovich while the actor's patronymic is Vitalyevich. See more »
Very touching + good humor + suspicion and storyline twists = makes excellent movie
Very nice movie. But watching this movie I could not stop thinking about that movie with Tommy Lee Jones and Harrison Ford, i think it was named "FUGITIVE". If I am not mistaken Harrison Ford also played the doctor in that movie. "A murdered wife. Unjustly accused husband. Escape. An obsessed detective. The chase begins..." Anyhow, I was crying, laughing, and at the same time thinking about the murder suspects. Touching performance by the actors. I am glad that finally Russians again began making nice movies. I tired of watching those clumsy "Boumer", "Brigade" type of movies with mafia, murder and narcotics in it. Finally we get Suspense THRILLER. All in all, I am giving it 10 out of 10!
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