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In 2018, Army Major Oksana Yakubova agreed to film her PTSD rehabilitation as a warning of the battles to come. In charge of informing relatives of soldiers’ deaths, Oksana kept her steely composure. But after returning home, everything comes flooding back. As she shares her trauma with a psychotherapist in Kyiv, more soldiers are shipped out to the front. Shocking honesty and an unexpected rage call out from this award-winning look at the unseen costs of war. 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.

While the films are presented free of charge, we encourage you to make a donation to Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Festival, who have created a fund in support of Ukrainian filmmakers on the frontlines. 

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    • Alina Gorlova

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