Director: Juri Rechinsky
Country: Ukraine, Austria
Year of production: 2013
Duration: 75 min
- Human dignity
- Human rights
- Institutions of the state penitentiary system of Ukraine
- Activists / NGOs
- Government officials
- Employees of penitentiary system
It’s a story about a boy who is facing the surreal, degenerate society of his native village, full of hatred and sadistic anger, while searching for his mother. It’s a story about a pregnant girl who wants to give birth to a child whose childhood probably will be even worse than the mother’s. But she is forced by her own sisters to have an abortion.
Juri Rechinsky is a director, film editor and scriptwriter. He was born in 1986, studied at the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute and the Kyiv Karpenko-Kary University of Cinema and TV, but did not graduate. Rechinsky worked as a director and editor on TV, and as an editing director in advertising, short and feature film production.
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