Terror strikes the underground train system in Moscow in the form of a flood from a collapsed tunnel.

Director:

Anton Megerdichev

Writers:

Dmitry Safonov (novel), Denis Kuryshev | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergey Puskepalis ... Garin
Anatoliy Belyy Anatoliy Belyy ... Konstantinov
Svetlana Khodchenkova ... Irina
Anfisa Vistingauzen ... Ksyusha
Aleksey Bardukov Aleksey Bardukov ... Denis
Katerina Shpitsa ... Alisa
Elena Panova Elena Panova ... Galochka
Stanislav Duzhnikov Stanislav Duzhnikov ... Mikhail
Sergey Sosnovskiy ... Sergeich
Yaroslav Zhalnin Yaroslav Zhalnin ... Zimin
Nikolay Ryabkov Nikolay Ryabkov ... Shevchenko
Mikhail Fateev Mikhail Fateev ... Klokov (as Mikhail Fateyev)
Aleksandr Yakovlev ... Driver of Train 17
Ivan Makarevich ... Train Driver's Assistant
Vladimir Sterzhakov Vladimir Sterzhakov ... Burov
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The construction of new buildings in the center of Moscow, leads to a crack in one of the subway tunnels. No one could have imagined that as a result of the violation of the tightness of the ceiling, water from the Moscow River would pour into the tunnel, and hundreds of passengers would be in the grip of an impending flood. A furious stream of water threatens not only the collapse of the subway tunnels, but also the destruction of the entire city. City hospital doctor Andrey Garin and his daughter Ksyusha are among other people in trouble. Garin is fighting a disaster, trying to save passengers. Andrey will have to overcome resentment, anger and fear. He must survive in order to regain his love, his family and his former happy life. Written by Andrey Da!

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Even without a metro drama - still a decent drama.
26 March 2015 | by topblockSee all my reviews

A touching story all over the two hours, not just in the end. Intrigues - all over the movie, not just in the start. The end of the story - it may end at any moment, and it would still be great. No particular connection to Moscow, Russia, subterranean train - it can be anywhere, any time. People meet each other, struggle, about to die, struggle, survive, get to know each other on a new perspective.

It's a "must pause" every time you go to the bathroom. 'Cause even without the "subway drama", it's still a deepest drama, and it would rise your sentiments to a whole new level. 9 out of 10, but it starts from 9.


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Country:

Russia

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

21 February 2013 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Metro See more »

Filming Locations:

Moscow, Russia See more »

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Budget:

$13,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$15,099,267
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