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The unsociable hermit Timofey Tribuntsev has changed beyond recognition: he has gone bald, gained weight and aged greatly.

Date: December 9, 2023 Time: 11:06:10

The unsociable hermit Timofey Tribuntsev has changed beyond recognition

Photo: still from the film.

The protagonist of the film “Bullfinch”, the television series “House Arrest” and “Food Block”, as well as the performances of Yuri Butusov, actor Timofey Tribuntsev will soon present a premiere project. The detective series “Cerberus” (Premier) will take the audience to the beginning of the 19th century and show what events could have unfolded in Tsarist Russia after the failed Decembrist uprising.

Tribuntsev had the opportunity to play a meticulous detective with a special gift, who unravels a rather strange case: all those who prevented the Decembrists from organizing a “march of justice” on Senate Square and denounced the rebels are shot without warning. mercy, leaving a mark on The scene of the crime: postcards with poems by Pushkin, the poet who miraculously did not end up on December 26, 1825 with his official acquaintances on the banks of the Neva.

In a recently released preview of the project, it becomes clear that Timofey, 50, has aged significantly for the new image: he is dressed in a uniform, wrapped in a scarf and with his hands in a muff. That is, he is more like the wife or mother of a Decembrist who is preparing for a trip to pick up her husband in Irkutsk or Nerchinsk. But that is not all.

As soon as the heroes enter the room and undress, we see that Tribuntsev’s thin face is hidden behind layers of complex plastic makeup, and he looks terribly like a toad: bloated, fat, bald and older than his age. Simply creepy! More like Joker’s Penguin than a 19th century Russian researcher.

Photo: still from the film.

By the way, Timofey was not the only actor in the project that was difficult to identify. Kirill Kyaro’s appearance has also changed significantly: the usually elegant and intelligent “tracker” in “Cerberus” looks like a disgusting soldier-coachman with a frozen face and rotten teeth. This character also helps the Investigative Commission investigate the murders.

Photo: still from the film.

— Why does the viewer need to see this series? – asks director Vladimir Shchegolkov and is immediately answered. – First of all, this is not very stupid. Secondly, amazing actors. Excellent artistic solution. A suspense plot intertwined with melodrama. Real historical figures intertwined in a vivid plot written by the most talented screenwriter Alexander Gonorovsky (“Tsoi”, “The Edge”, “First on the Moon”).

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