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A documentary on the unrest in Ukraine during 2013 and 2014, as student demonstrations supporting European integration grew into a violent revolution calling for the resignation of President Viktor F. Yanukovich.
Russian-Israeli executive Afineevsky (“Oy Vey! My Son is Gay!!”) was on the ground all through the well known uprising, organizing a huge group of cameramen and ladies (28 are credited) who secured different areas all through the troublesome, on occasion startlingly vicious three or more months. To guarantee the broadest universal viewership, Afineevsky at that point charmed noted supervisor Angus Wall to board as one of the makers; Wall re-imagined the docu’s approach “to make an all the more convincing story” that would be promptly understandable to all. The subsequent film is absolutely simple to take after — masterminded by day, with supportive maps pinpointing the different flare-ups.
What’s more, the docu pretty much adheres to one perspective: The general population of Ukraine were enraged that Yanukovych went behind their backs to fashion nearer organizations together with Putin’s Russia, when what they extremely needed was firmer connections to Europe. As a hidden story for the capital Kiev, the record is valid, yet it disregards huge parts of the nation’s Eastern areas, some of which are right now battling for either more prominent autonomy or Russian addition.