A family settles in a picturesque place. Soon, a mine is built next to their house. They say it will get them jobs. But, instead, they get a living monster growing next to their house: a 60-meter-high constantly burning slag-heap, an ecological bomb. The fight against it and authorities bring them to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. They learn how to fight for their rights, in the name of their children. Meanwhile, the EcoBomba keeps ticking.
The Fight for Rights, In the Name of the Children
2 April 2017 (Ukraine)
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(Black & White and Color)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
This is the second documentary film of Slavik Bihun made together with the animator Oleksandr Pedos. Their common debut work was the film "The Penalty of Justice". See more