Compartment Number 6 is Yura's first international project. Grand-prize winning film tells us about Lora, Finnish student, who one day decides to flee Moscow and take a train to Murmansk. At that moment starts her road adventure that she shares with a russian miner Lekha (Yura Borisov). This unexpected company helps them both to realise how lonely they are and how much they miss simple human love. According to Borisov, during his preparation for the role he drank a lot to bring his mind to the state of a simple russian fellow who has no idea where he's going. Apart from this, the actor decided to go on an adventure, but once he got on the train he realised everyone was looking only at their gadgets. "The train syndrom, when you tell a stranger something you've never told anyone about, has disappeared. Nowadays, the best friends of passengers are their phones," tells Borisov, concluding his experience. At this point, the movie's plot unfolds in the 1990s, before people drowned in the virtual world and when they needed each other during train trips. The connection that appeared between Lora and Lekha was built on their revelations and intimate dialogues. Yura's character turns out to be much more complicated than you can expect from the first glance – he has pure soul, he is open-minded and simple, so that he's ready to sacrifice his life for the first stranger. Critics would say it is a perfect representation of a Russian character, and though Yura himself doesn't believe in such things, he admits he knows fellows like Lekha and dedicates his work to them.