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Andriy Suleyman is a Kurdish Red Cross volunteer helping those caught up in the military conflict in Ukraine. As a result of the war in his native Syria, Andriy’s family has been scattered across Europe and the Middle East. Encompassing many of the 21st century’s most difficult and protracted conflicts, the Suleyman family’s story is one of stoic persistence through troubled times. Ukrainian documentary filmmaker Alina Gorlova follows up her award-winning feature debut No Obvious Signs (2018) in this darkly atmospheric confrontation with war and its consequences.

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  • Year
  • Runtime
    103 minutes
  • Language
    Kurdish, Russian, Ukrainian, Arabic, German
  • Country
    Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, Qatar
  • Premiere
    Irish Premiere
  • Note
    Black & White, Subtitled
  • Director
    Alina Gorlova
  • Screenwriter
    Alina Gorlova
  • Producer
    Maksym Nakonechnyi
  • Cinematographer
    Viacheslav Tsvetkov
  • Composer
    Goran Gora, Serge Synthkey