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Archival footage poses a dilemma for filmmakers: how are contemporary values being projected onto images of the past? Clemens Poole puts a 1995 video shot by the Chepurnyi family on an outing in Luhansk, through his own American artist filter 26 years later. Using the now grown-up child of the video as the narrator, Poole crafts his own version of what can be seen, never known and understood about this fateful part of Ukraine. Myrocia Watamaniuk


Made in Ukraine: Hot Docs stands with Ukraine. In response to Russia’s invasion of democratic and independent Ukraine, we're proud to offer you a free streaming selection of the best documentaries made by Ukrainian filmmakers.

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