This Rain Will Never Stop
(This Rain Will Never Stop)
Andrey and his family left war-torn Syria and settled in Ukraine, where they found themselves at the centre of another conflict.
The war drove the Suleymans to all the corners of the world. One of the brothers managed to reach Germany, the other with his family came to Ukraine, the third is in Iraq and the fourth remained in Syria. The broken family ties are connected by the character of Andrey, who tries to establish contact with all the members of the family. However, he again finds himself in the middle of a war, and decides to help the locals as a Red Cross volunteer. The documentary follows the thin line between war and peace, tradition and progress, and contrasts geographical separation and family togetherness. In visually elaborate and captivating black and white compositions, it presents a picture of a man who has become a mere dot on the map of major geopolitical events.
About the film
Director: Alina Gorlova
Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, Qatar
2020 | 103 min.
Language: Arabic, German, Kurdish, Russian, Ukrainian
Subtitles: Czech, English
In the case of outdoor and indoor screenings, the films are shown only with Czech subtitles.
2020 - This Rain Will Never Stop
2018 - No obvious signs
2017 - Invisible Battalion
2016 - Kholodny Yar. Intro
2012 - The First Step in the Clouds
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