Friday, 02.12.2022 |

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Nastya, Yarik, and their friends live in eastern Ukraine, in a world marked by desolation and destruction. Russian terrorists have murdered their father, destroyed their home, and changed their young lives forever through seven years of war. Peace is a distant memory. The children spend their days in a no man’s land that resembles a stone wasteland, while their parents dig graves for those murdered just to earn enough to eke out a living. The trauma is incurable, and the ruins and junkyards act as eerie playgrounds amidst the titular black mining dumps. A war film.


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