A crime thriller inspired by the story of Jiri Kajinek, who is considered to be the first hitman in post-communist Czech Republic. He was sentenced to life and is currently serving his term in a high-security Czech jail. Following his escape from Mírov prison in 2000, Jií Kajinek become an instant legend--as well as the most wanted criminal in Europe. The five weeks during which time he eluded the police are still shrouded in mystery.The movie Kajinek is the powerful story of the most famous prisoner in the Czech Republic, the story of two murders, the story of a lawyer constantly looking for new evidence, the story of the underworld and of its infiltration into the state administration, and the story of political manipulation. Is Jií Kajínek the victim of a conspiracy or a cold-blooded assassin? Is he trying to prove his innocence...or deceive the justice system?The movie Kajinek is a thriller filled with exciting action scenes and extreme emotions, says the director and screenwriter Petr Jakl.Jiri Kajinek has nothing to lose. Sentenced to life imprisonment, he doesnt trust anyone but himself. He even suspects his young lawyer, who is trying to help him. She must find new evidence but soon finds out how dangerous it is to ask questions. Yet she is inexplicably attracted to his case (and Kajinek himself) and refuses to ask herself the fundamental question: What is her client hiding from her? What has Jiri Kajinek never told anyone before?The movie took five years to make and apart from being a riveting story, it promises to bring to light new controversial information about the case. Expectations are also aroused thanks to the international cast. The title role is played by Russian actor Konstantin Lavronnko, bearer of an award at the Cannes film festival; his lawyer is portrayed by the Shooting Star of the Berlinale 2003 Tatiana Vilhelmová; the charismatic Polish star Boguslaw Linda will also appear in the movie, as well as the German actor Werner Daehn (also seen in Hollywood films).