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2023 / 150' / Ukraine

Year 2015. Hanna (mother) and Darka (girlfriend) are united by the memories of Danya, who died in 2014 on the Maidan. Hanna's life path went from a Maidan activist 2004 to a high-level government official. Through the relationship between the two women, it turns out that Hanna was associated with the corruption that led to mafia revenge in Ukraine in 2010, and ended up the Revolution of Dignity in 2014. Hanna is increasingly convinced that her personal actions are linked to her son's death.


Screenings schedule:

16.07.2024 at 19:00, House of Cinema, 6 Saksaganskogo Street (Kyiv), Hall 3




Graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Higher Courses for Screenwriters and Directors. A film director, theater director, scriptwriter, set designer, graphic artist and painter. Honored Artist of Ukraine, Academician of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, winner of the Taras Shevchenko National Prize of Ukraine, winner of more than 50 awards in the fields of cinema, theater and fine arts. Member of National Fine Art, Theatrical and Cinematographers Associations.

Selected filmography

  • Yasa (2023)

  • Own Voice (documentary, 2014)

  • Ukrainian Argument (documentary, 2014)

  • The Noise of the Wind (2002)

  • Josephine, the Singer and the Mice People (1994)


Producer: Oleksii Moskalenko

Screenwriter: Sergii Masloboishchykov

DOP: Bohdan Verzhbytskyi

Composer: Oleksandr Begma, Roman Vishnevskyi

Cast: Alla Serhiiko, Khrystyna Fedorak

Production: Mental Drive Studio


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