Country, year: Ukraine, 2013
Film genre: drama, melodrama
Director: Nana Dzhordzhadze
Premiere in Ukraine: 16/04/2015
Producers: Valeriy Kalmykov, Pavlo Polyakov, Ihor Bukreev
Screen writer: Myhailo Kvirikadze
In the sunny city Odessa, on the coast of the Black Sea, the modern romantic story was born. Her heroes – 14-year-old Fedor and 18-year-old Nyurka. It would seem that between the naive guy and local “actress” nothing could happen. However, both of them are captured by the first love feeling. Pensive Nyurka wants to play Anjelica from the favourite French novel. Her love story with Fedor also connected with the novel “Anjelica and King”. Fedor plays in Nyurka’s life Nicolas’ part. Their story shows that the love has no age. The pure feeling makes from the adult a little child, and the child instantly becomes an adult. Such nature of this magic feeling – to awaken courage in heart.
born in Odessa on September 14th, 1988.
2015 My grandmother – Fanny Kaplan (Ukraine, in production)
2013 Still live
2013 My Mermaid, my Lorelei (Russia, Ukraine) | Nyurka:: leading role
2012 Gunpowder and fraction (Russia, Ukraine) | general’s secretary
2012 Private life of investigative Savelyev (Russia, Ukraine) | volleyball player
born on May 24, 1964. Ukrainian musician, vocalist, composer, lead singer of “Vopli Vidoplyasova” group.
2001 Evenings on the farm near Dykanka | the smith Vakula
2006 Terkel and Trouble
2006 Carlson, who lives on a roof | Carlson (voice)
2007 The milkmaid from Hatsapetivka | a bit part
2008 Day of the radio | a bit part
2008 Birthday of Alice | Professor Seleznyov
2013 My Mermaid, my Lorelei | Fedor:: leading role
2010 Tomorrow will be better (Poland, Japan) | Vaska:: leading role
big director of the present
Date of birth: August 24, 1948
Birthplace: Tbilisi, USSR
Profession: actress, film director, screenwriter
Career: 1978 – our time
2013 My mermaid, my Lorelei
2000 27 the stolen kisses
1996 1001 recipe of the culinary specialist in love
1987 Robinzonada or my English grandfather
Award of Georgea’s Lenin Komsomol (1982).
The prize “Golden Camera” of the Cannes Film Festival for the best debut (1987).