Andrey and Alisa are a couple of 16 y.o. refugee artists from Ukraine that were forced to leave the country because of the war and found a temporary home in Budapest, Hungary. While Russians keep bombing Kharkyv, their hometown, Andrey and Alisa teach in the school for refugee kids and express their protest through performance on the streets of Budapest. This naive performance unveils painful points in Hungarian citizens. Hungary still cannot decide which side of the military conflict to chose.
Ruslan Fedotow, DOCNOMADS
Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, English
Best Short Documentary Award at the 35th IDFA - International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam