During the Soviet-Afghan War, in the days when general secretary of the Communist Party Leonid Breznev, in a military hospital a young lieutenant wounded almost to death meets a young military nurse, tired almost to death. One meeting. One night. One candle. A short from Vladimir Koptsev, Alexander Sokurov’s pupil.
(Tolyatti, USSR) joined the Military Institute which, after two years of study, he abandoned. He then graduated in industrial and civil engineering in Tolyatti, before moving to Saint Petersburg, where he started working in television as a news reporter and as a movie stuntman. In 2018 made his first short film with Elena Koptseva, Delivery Service, and the following year he enrolled in Alexander Sokurov's course. In 2020 he directed two short films, Will I and My Sister's Mercy.
Delivery Service (coregia Elena Koptseva, cm, 2018), Will I (cm, 2020), Moja ljubimaja sestra spit eshche (My Sister's Mercy, cm, 2020).