Forged in ancient Egypt, the dagger is a legendary jewel that gives an almost absolute power to the person who possesses it. Caesar, Attila, and Napoleon were among its illustrious owners. The trace is lost in Russia with the death of its last owner, the mad monk Rasputin. Since, governments and personalities have searched for it in vain, with no reliable leads leading to it.
The situation changes when in a Spanish jail, the prisoner Jacinto (Antonio Resines) is identified by the Russian mafia as having a genetic anomaly related to the dagger. His cellmates Papeles (Jesús Bonilla) and The Spider (Antonio Molero) will accompany him in a delirious adventure full of escapes and persecutions that will lead them, in search of the treasure, to the heart of deep Russia.
JUAN LUIS GALIARDO
I’ve always been concerned about what our vision of history would be like if unwritten history had also been written. And what would history be like without the legends that gave origin to the myths and therefore to the rites.
Would the world we know exist without Merlin, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, King Solomon, Hercules and his works?
That is why I have always thought that humanity would have followed another course if Rasputin had not existed.