directed by Waldemar Krzystek written by Waldemar Krzystek, Krzysztof Kopka director of photography Arkadiusz Tomiak production design by Dorota Dąbrowska costume design by Małgorzata Zacharska make-up by Alina Janerka sound by Wacław Pilkowski edited by Marek “Mulny” Mulica production managers Ewa Jacuta, Małgorzata Jurczak producers Ewa Jacuta, Małgorzata Jurczak, Waldemar Krzystek produced by Yes To Film co-produced by Odra Film, Telewizja Polska – Agencja Filmowa, Studio Produkcyjne Orka, Banana Split Polska, Dreamsound, EBH Polska, Canal+ Cyfrowy co-financed by Polish Film Institute distributed by Kino Świat
cast Tatiana Arntgolts (Natasza Sinkina), Aleksandr Baluev (major Lebiadkin), Agata Buzek (Kasia Przybylska), Sonia Bohosiewicz (Maria Przybylska), Tomasz Kot (Bauman), Andriej Kostash (Kola Sokołow), Elena Babenko (Olga Sokołowa, Kola’s mother), Dimitrij Uljanov (Kuroczkin), Ilja Zmiejew (Natasza’s father), Wojciech Solarz (reporter), Adam Woronowicz (Kwiatkowski), Artem Tkachenko (Grisza), Artur Chamski (“The Photographer”), Sasza Reznikow, Evklid Kiurdzidis (docent Dmitriew), Margarita Baraniuk (Marina), Helena Ganjalyan (student), Oleg Bakhrutdinov (student), Igor Stepanow (Zwierkow)
The Photographer is an elusive serial killer operating in modern-day Moscow. He leaves numbered tiles at the scenes of his crimes, similar to those placed at crime scenes by forensic teams. The investigation points to the old Red Army barracks in Legnica, and to events dating back to the 1970s. One of the people involved in the investigation is Natasha – the only person to have survived an encounter with The Photographer.