In each episode, journalist Vladimir Raevskiy meets his hero for a day to spend it in the city in a useful way. Useful means talking, going to a museum, and having a drink in the evening. Thus, each issue consists of three conditional parts, interspersed with each other episodes:
a) An in-depth interview of the classic type, across from each other, in armchairs. It's important to realize that, in spite of the static pose, this is the only chance to talk about deep, serious, and probably personal subjects, and nowhere else but in a quiet room in a relaxed, quiet atmosphere.
b) Going to a museum and talking about art, but going beyond the art itself: about life. A visit to the Acropolis Museum is a chance to talk about empires and colonies, nations large and small, pushing away from the empty display cases for the Parthenon marbles. From the stories on the amphorae, to love adventures and adolescent bacchanalia. From the nudes, it's about corporeality and physicality. Rebounding from antique masks - about the profession of the artist.
c) Going to bars is going out on the town, a chance to relax and have a drink, meet people, tell stories. The reference is Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, short clips in various places. In fact, of course, you don't have to have a drink and sit somewhere, just get in touch with the noise of the city, with the nature of the city.