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In spring 2020, Ukraine locks down under COVID. Like so many young adults, filmmaker Olena Kyrychenko moves back home with her parents and unexpectedly, relives her childhood. House renovations and amateur haircuts pass the time, but old wounds surface and then the unexpected happens. Deft and engrossing, this quarantine story reveals the hard work of holding memories, dreams and reality together within a family, and of keeping love alive in everyday life. 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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    • Olena Kyrychenko

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