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Krym. Maj 2014.
Crimea. May 2014
© Zadig Productions / Anastasia Cherkassova
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Anastasia Cherkassova

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Anastasia Cherkassova

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Anastasia Cherkassova

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Anastasia Cherkassova

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Anastasia Cherkassova, Zadig Productions

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Zadig Productions

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The sound of strange fighting rang out and then died down, as if there had been no fighting at all. But then all of a sudden everything changed. The inhabitants of a large peninsula found themselves belonging to a different country. This film unfolds as a conversation with inhabitants of Crimea in May 2014, in the aftermath of the annexation by Russia. In the film, locals reflect upon what has just happened, never forgetting to relate it to past tragic events of the peninsula. The tragedy of the deportation of one people (the Crimean Tatars) under Stalin, and the drama of another people (ethnic Russians) given by Russia to Ukraine under Khrushchev. Their words, the life experience they share weave a compelling tale about hope and resignation, languages and identities, life and death.

The sound of strange fighting rang out and then died down, as if there had been no fighting at all. But then all of a sudden everything changed. The inhabitants of a large peninsula found themselves belonging to a different country. This film unfolds as a conversation with inhabitants of Crimea in May 2014, in the aftermath of the annexation by Russia. In the film, locals reflect upon what has just happened, never forgetting to relate it to past tragic events of the peninsula. The tragedy of the deportation of one people (the Crimean Tatars) under Stalin, and the drama of another people (ethnic Russians) given by Russia to Ukraine under Khrushchev. Their words, the life experience they share weave a compelling tale about hope and resignation, languages and identities, life and death.