Nastya was ten when a missile fired by Russian terrorists on New Year's Eve changed her life forever. It took her father's life and destroyed their house. Nastya's school is only in 500 meters from the front line. War has become commonplace. Just a part of the landscape. The only means for Nastya's family to survive is the scrap metal they scavenge while under fire. Senya is seven years old. He is a first-grader. In the seven years of his life, he has seen seven years of war and not a day of peace. Senya likes to climb on the boney pile to watch the sunset. His stepfather dig graves to earn money for a new suit and backpack for Senya. This is a film about the children who live in the war zone in Ukraine.
Ayant perdu son fils aîné dans la guerre entre la Russie et l'Ukraine, Moustafa décide de ramener son corps jusqu'à sa terre natale : la Crimée. Pour cela, il prend la route avec son fils cadet. Un voyage qui bouleversera leur relation. Le destin de cette famille coïncide avec celui de tout le peuple tatar, massivement déporté par Staline en 1944.
A season in the life of Alina, a poor 20-year-old girl from Kyiv who has a chance to be saved by football. She’s about to join the Ukrainian national team, but life challenges her once again: her mother dies leaving two young siblings. Now, Alina must choose: football or family.
A cinéma-vérité documentary following Dakh Daughters - an intellectual freak cabaret band, created by seven actresses under the roof of Kyiv experimental contemporary theater Dakh. The video diary spans almost five years, following Dakh Daughters since their first show, titled 'Roses' - after their first popular song 'Rozy / Donbas', written long before Donbas region became the war-torn zone of the so called 'Russian Spring'