An adventurer frequents Transcarpatia, to discover the mysterious reason of attraction to this picturesque place. Followed by its Angel, this time he visits town of Tyachiv and his own past. Or is it just a dream?
She has many stories to tell about life and death. In 1940s she joins the resistance movement fighting for Ukraine's independence. Escaping Soviet spies, she ends up in forest as a partisan... See full summary »
Life is wonderful until the sportsman falls a victim to a corrupted criminal system. Losing all, he doesn't give up: thanks to his father and good lawyer, he seeks justice at the European Court of Human Rights.
There is a sacred place called Sanctuarium. It is not physically fixed. You can discover it within yourself. But if it's difficult to find it, you might visit such the place in Tallinn's Old Town where you can also meet its Founder.
A city-lover tries to safeguard indigenous nature in the capital. He launches an NGO but the Ministry of Justice refuses to register it. A legal battle culminates at the European Court. It takes time but does it also waste the love?
This no-dialogue film, inspired by the novel 'Mother' written by the Homer of Cinema (Dovzhenko), tells the story the Mother as recalled by her dying son. She lives during the World War II in Ukraine occupied by Nazi Germans. Her son goes to war, so she is left all alone. Due to an injury, she becomes deaf. Visited by Nazi soldiers one night, she got assaulted but regains her dignity. Next, out of instinct, one day she hides in her home an injured Soviet pilot who happened to be a Russian. She takes care of him as of her own child. Life goes on, the soldier gradually recovers, and the Mother feels as though she has another son. She even thinks about finding a pair for him, matching him with the most beautiful lady in the village. One day the occupants come back to the village and discover her new son. By interrogating the Mother and fellow villagers, they investigate whether the man is her son. And now the Mother faces her destiny, same way millions of the mothers did it in those ...Written by