The last day of this year will see the new Russian blockbuster Black Lightning produced by Timur Bekmambetov go on screen in Russia.
A top-secret soviet flying car turns an ordinary guy into a Super Hero who initially rescues separate representatives of the humanity and then the entire Moscow, which is about to be exploded by a nasty villain who discovered… a diamond field under the city.
The idea to make a film about the pride of the soviet car industry occurred to Timur Bekmambetov. The first film director is his friend Aleksandr Voitinsky, the music video director and ex-producer of the band Zveri. The second film director is Dmitriy Kiselev, who was in charge of action and visual effects in Bekmambetov’s movies.