Black Hunters

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Black Hunters
Black Hunters.jpg
Directed by Andrey Malyukov[1]
Produced by Sergey Shumakov[1]
Written by
  • Kirill Belevich
  • Aleksandr Shevtsov
  • Eduard Volodarskiy
Music by Ivan Burlyaev
Cinematography Vladimir Sporyshkov
Edited by Mariya Sergeenkova
A-1 Kino Video
Distributed by
  • Karoprokat
  • Nashe Kino
Release date
  • February 21, 2008 (2008-02-21)[1]
Running time
110 minutes
Country Russia[1]
Language Russian[1]
Budget $5 million[2]
Box office $8 043 992[2]

Black Hunters (Russian: Мы из бу́дущего, translit. We're from the future) is a 2008 Russian language action drama film directed by Andrey Malyukov. The film features Danila Kozlovsky, Andrey Terentev, Vladimir Yaglych, Dmitriy Volkostrelov and Ekaterina Klimova in the lead roles. The movie is about time travel.


It shows four 21st century treasure seekers who travel in time to the Second World War in Russia. (the former Soviet Union in 1942.) They dig near St. Petersburg in search of hidden medals and honors of soldiers who fought during the war. The chief of the group is Bormann(Danila Kozlovsky), who is a former student of the Faculty of History Sergei Filatov. His assistant is a Rastafarian nicknamed Alcohol (Andrei Terentyev). Two other members are Chuhat (Dmitry Volkostrelov) and Skull (Vladimir Yaglych). Skull is a neo-Nazi and has a stylized tatto of the swastika on his shoulder.



Award Category Nominee Result
MTV Russia Movie Awards, 2009 Best Fight Won
Best Film Nominated
Best Actress Ekaterina Klimova Nominated
Best Movie Villain Ralph Schicha Nominated
Best Kiss Danila Kozlovsky and Ekaterina Klimova Nominated


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Мы из будущего (2008) - информация о фильме - российские фильмы и сериалы - Кино-Театр.РУ (in Russian). 19 May 2013. Retrieved 2 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "МЫ ИЗ БУДУЩЕГО". KinoBusiness. 

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