The film tells about the artist Kazimir Malevich. The film includes the following filming: 1 part. Halls of the Tretyakov Gallery on the Crimean Embankment. Visitors in the halls of the Russian avant-garde at the paintings of M. Chagall, P. Filonov, K. Malevich and other artists. Artists of the studio theater under the direction of Galina Gubanova (Petrburg) preparing for the play "Victory over the Sun". Newsreel footage of the 1920s and 1930s: a column of demonstrators is walking along Vasilievsky Spusk, people on Red Square, a military parade; a holiday in Vitebsk - military units are walking along a city street, a military brass band is walking in front, people are in one of the city squares. View of the photographs of Vitebsk, festively decorated with visual agitation of the artists of the "Unovis" group, headed by K. Malevich. Photos by K. Malevich. View of pre-revolutionary photographs of Kiev. K. Malevich's paintings; among them - "Sisters !," "Cow and Violin" and other part 2. Fragment of the play "Victory over the Sun" staged by the theater studio G. Gubanova with decorations and costumes made according to the sketches of K. Malevich. Paintings by K. Malevich ( view of the Peter and Paul Fortress View of the building where the State Institute of Artistic Culture headed by K. Malevich was located in the late 1920s Photographs of K. Malevich during this period Interview of a former student of the Institute - Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Arts K. Rozhdestvensky (sinhr.) Part 3. Interview of the employee of the Russian Museum EF Kovtun (sync.) Talking about K. Malevich. Panorama of the building of the Russian Museum. View of the house in the village of Nemchinovka near Moscow, where K. Malevich lived and visited. Interview K. Malevich's daughter - Una Kazimirovna (sync. and for the frame.) on the veranda of the dacha in Nemchinovka. Landscape of Nemchinovka's surroundings: meadows, river. K. Malevich's paintings from the 2nd peasant cycle. .Photos of K. Malevich, recent years life, incl. his funeral. K. Malevich's paintings of the last period, made in a realistic manner with elements of the painting of the Italian Renaissance.