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  • 2003
  • 1 hr 50 min
  • 7.1  (7,686)

Bumer is a 2003 Russian movie starring Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Andrey Merzlikin, and Maksim Konovalov. The film, which is directed by Pyotr Buslov, explores the lives of several young men in Moscow's underworld. The movie begins in the summer of 1997, with a young man named Kostyan (played by Andrey Merzlikin) working in a bakery. Kostyan's friend, Artyom (played by Maksim Konovalov), is a small-time criminal who steals cars for a living. Kostyan is tempted by Artyom's lifestyle, and soon joins him on his criminal activities.

The two friends soon meet another young man named Bumer (played by Vladimir Vdovichenkov), who is a more experienced criminal than they are. The three become close friends, and embark on a series of heists and criminal activities in Moscow.

As they become more involved in the criminal underworld, the trio also begin to encounter more dangerous enemies. They must navigate the complex network of rival gangs and corrupt police officers, all while trying to maintain their loyalty to each other.

Along the way, Kostyan begins a romantic relationship with a young woman named Liza (played by Svetlana Ustinova), who is also involved in the criminal world. The group's criminal activities and romances become increasingly intertwined, leading to a dramatic climax.

Bumer is a gritty and violent portrayal of Moscow's criminal underworld. The movie features a strong cast of young actors, who deliver powerful and convincing performances. Director Pyotr Buslov brings a distinctive style to the film, using stylish camera work and a dark, moody soundtrack to create an atmosphere of tension and danger.

The movie also explores themes of loyalty, friendship, and the allure of the criminal lifestyle. The three main characters are all young men searching for a sense of purpose and identity in a harsh and unforgiving environment. Their relationships with each other, and with the women in their lives, provide a complex and nuanced portrait of life on the fringes of society.

Overall, Bumer is a gripping and intense crime drama that offers a compelling insight into the underbelly of Moscow's criminal underworld. It is a challenging and thought-provoking film that will stay with viewers long after the credits roll.

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    1 hr 50 min
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    7.1  (7,686)