Actor Grigory Dobrygin attends the 'Kak Ya Provel Etim Letom' (How I Ended This Summer) Photocall during day seven of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 17, 2010 in Berlin, Germany.
Grigoriy Eduardovich Dobrygin ( Grigory; : ; born 17 February 1986) is a Russian film and theatre actor, director and producer. A classically trained ballet dancer, Dobrygin had his breakout role as the first Russian superhero in the 2009 film . After starring in the critically acclaimed (2010), he made his Western debut in 2014 in and . He has been called Russia's top acting export and the "Russian " for his versatility.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Grigoriy Dobrygin.|
Actor Sergei Puskepalis, director Alexei Popogrebsky and actor Grigory Dobrygin attend the 'Kak Ya Provel Etim Letom' Photocall during day seven of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival at the Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 17,...
The most wanted man of the title is not Günther, but the person of interest he’s investigating, a young Russian-Chechen immigrant who arrives in Hamburg looking for asylum—and maybe, his watchers believe, to claim his deceased father’s dirty fortune. Issa (Grigoriy Dobrygin), whose weary eyes and scarred torso betray a traumatic backstory, quickly catches the attention of the international intelligence community. Günther believes his mark may be innocent, and wants to use him to fry a bigger fish—a wealthy Islamic philanthropist (Homayoun Ershadi) he suspects of funneling funds to terrorist organizations. Before he can set this plan into motion, however, Günther has to untangle a web of competing interests; those involved in the situation include an icy CIA bigwig (Robin Wright), a shady banker (Willem Dafoe), and a bleeding-heart lawyer (Rachel McAdams, struggling a little with her German accent.)