|Concept and Director||Kirill Serebrennikov|
|Set Design||Nikolai Simonov|
|Costume Design||Evgenia Panfilova|
|Director of Plastic Movement||Albert Albert|
|Editor and assistant to the director||Anna Shalashova|
|Cast||Chulpan Khamatova, Tamara Degtiareva, Uliana Lapteva, Andrei Averianov, Vladislav Vetrov, Alexei Klimov, Vladislav Pilnikov, Maxim Razuvaev, Nikita Tiunin, Shamil Khamatov|
|Singers||Ivan Barykin. Maxim Bragin. Roman Maslennikov, Yuri Orlov|
Replying to interviewers about the performance of the lead role by Chulpan Khamatova. Kirill Serebrennikov repeated one and the same thing: she is a national achievement. After the premiere we realize that the director’s definition is exhaustive. Although it wouldbe nice to add descriptions of the details of Khamatova’s acting: to write how the entire scenic space is electrified by her nervous energy: how obstinacy and defenselessness, naivety and devout belief flow together in this heroine... how, depending on the content of a scene, her movement and her composure change; how sacks under her narrowed eyes appear and how genuine tears roll down her cheeks: how her body is tense in the military adventures and how it relaxes in the circus flight. It is not the taboo of the topic that makes Serebrennikov's show tick, but the discovery of the best scenes.