The film tells four personal stories of one Crimean Tatar family. Their story concentrates, as in a lens, the extensive experience of people living under occupation. The difficulties, which affect this family, are experienced by the larger community and evolve extreme emotions. The main motive of the film is not the regime and the occupation itself, but its consequences, how it affects the lives of ordinary people who simply want to live, to love and to have a family.
Aniela Astrid Gabryel
Miroslaw Dembinski for Film Studio Everest
Polish Film Institute, Polish Television Company
Film Studio Everest
66', video, color
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