Bekhtiev has played key roles in some of the most iconic films of all time, including Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Die Hard With A Vengeance, and Blade Runner. He has also starred in some of the most popular television shows of all time, including The Twilight Zone, M*A*S*H, and The West Wing. He also received an Emmy nomination for his role in the short lived sitcom, The Jeffersons, and produced the cult classic, The Dark Crystal, which won the Oscar for best animated film in 1983.
Albert Bekhtiev is a screenwriter and film director, best known for his work on the “Borat” film franchise. Bekhtiev was born in Uzbekistan, and moved to the United States in 1988.
The plague doctor’s latest victim in Major Thunder: The plague doctor is also the only one who survives his first encounter with the killer: Albert Bekhtiev, Portrait of Vitaly Khaev. In the film, he is the owner of a huge casino built on top of a historic palace that he has bribed officials to demolish, and he is a notorious gangster, famous enough to become the target of a vigilante serial killer. In the comic, Bechtiev is associated with the real estate market, but he has nothing to do with the casino. Let’s look at it together.
One of Russia’s most successful businessmen, Albert Bechtiev had a real estate empire that stretched across his country’s borders and into Europe, making him one of the richest men on the continent. Of course, such a fortune could not be made in such a short time by legal means alone, but Bechtjew was not afraid to get his hands dirty: He knew who to bribe in government to get all the necessary permits and had historic monuments declared unsafe so he could demolish them and build huge shopping malls in their place. It also bought up whole tracts of land to evict the occupants of existing buildings, demolished them and rebuilt others which were sold for ten times the original price, leaving many people homeless and unable to find a new home to replace the one they had lost. These actions did not make Bechtiev a darling of public opinion, but they did earn him a number of influential friends who still had a mission for him: One of them was Sergei Razumovsky, the young billionaire behind the social network Together. Razumovsky wanted to build a villa and asked Bechtiev to build it exactly according to his plans.
Albert Bechtiev soon discovered the reason for all the secrecy Razumovsky demanded: His project was not only a villa, but also a high-tech labyrinth that included what Razumovsky called the Garden of Sinners, a field full of deadly traps with which he organized a hunt for the heaviest prey – men tapped from the homeless and beggars who had tainted the purity of St. Petersburg. Bechtiev built the villa according to Razumovsky’s wishes and even took part in some of his games from time to time, but immediately jumped ship when Sergei killed not an unnamed tramp like all the others before him, but the famous blogger Ivan Penkov. Bechtjew did not want to be involved in any investigation and thought he was safe enough not to fear anything from his former partner….. but he was tragically wrong. The vigilante, who called himself the Plague Doctor, began killing all the bad people the system could do no wrong, and it was these same people who served as Razumovsky’s henchmen in his hunting parties: Bechtiev tried to hide from the man he was sure was Razumovsky and hid in his last building site, the City Mall in London, but the plague doctor found him. He was stabbed and crucified on the roof of an unfinished building, a dying monument to his flawed empire. Once again, public opinion sided with the serial killer, which is not surprising given the many enemies Bektiev made with his ruthless deals…..
Albert Bekhtiev is a greedy and unscrupulous businessman, a ruthless man who has neglected thousands of lives in order to build his fortune and his empire, without regard to law or morality. As king of the modern world, Bektiev has little to do: Only the sky remains out of reach for him, at least for the time being …..
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