Name: The Wild East
Directed by: Rashid Nugmanov
Actors: Strange Kostya (Konstantin Fedorov), Alexander Aksenov, Gennady Shatunov Constantine Shamshurin Jeanne Isin, Paul Shpakovsky Nicholas Krutov, Farhad Amankulov Alexander Sporyhin, Vyacheslav Knizel, Vyacheslav Black, Andrew Cashin, Alexander Baranov,
Screenwriter: Rashid Nugmanov
Time (min): 100
On the ruins of the post-communist western CIS. Group of former circus dwarfs, proudly call themselves children of the Sun, in the best tradition of "Mad Max" terrorizing gang of motorcyclists. Tired rough dwarf want to run, but judging that run, do not run, and gangsters around, and "better their thugs than other people," hire Magnificent Seven fighters. Heroes are ready to stand up for justice for a small fee and three meals. Among them, the beauty of Marilyn on "Cadillac" cold-blooded sniper in black glasses and a fabulous Ivan Taiga, which squad gets in the way, falling from the tree, as the Nightingale-robber in the movie Row. Focusing on authentic western, Nugmanov not forget to quote and native specimens of the heroic genre — "White Sun of the Desert" and "Chapaev". In this bizarre cocktail mixed martial arts, dead with braids and dolls robot cyberpunk. In some particularly sentimental scenes, when the defenders begin to die for a cause, one by one, trash becomes a truly epic nature: dying, Marilyn bequeaths Children of the Sun to sell the "Cadillac" to buy a tractor and plant desert.