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Overcoming the Darkness
About the film
The film documents Russia's invasion of Ukraine by looking at different parts of the country suffering under the aggression of a senseless war. Using the stories of ordinary people, the film highlights the current everyday problems as well as the determination of many Ukrainians.
Using the example of several Ukrainian cities, the film demonstrates the cruel reduction of bustling city centres to ruins. Viewers are confronted with debris, a destroyed infrastructure, and a tired population fearing further Russian attacks. These are images from all over Ukraine, bravely defending itself against its enemy. The film mosaic is not only a visual testimony to the horrors of this ongoing tragedy, but also a testament to the determination of the Ukrainian nation, the rise of its forces, and the mutual support of its people. This film focuses on the fate of Ukrainians in need of help and vulnerable groups, as well as those fighting for their country's freedom on the front line.
Overcoming the Darkness
Year of Production
Country of Origin
80 (Prague) / 51 (regions) min.