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Environment. Long live Belarus!
Environment. Long live Belarus!
  • 18+
  • 83 min
  • Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian
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Alone explores the existential pain of Ukraine through the eyes of an unlikely protagonist, one of the country’s most commercially successful pop stars. Andriy Khluvniuk, lead singer of hip-hop rock band Boombox, has millions of devoted young fans who adore him as a singer songwriter and sex symbol but know nothing of his personal turmoil caused by the political instability and military aggression in his homeland. Andriy is on a mission to raise awareness and motivate his fans to join him in taking a stand against the war in the east of Ukraine, and call for the release of Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker and political prisoner in Russia. As tensions between Ukraine and Russia become a footnote on the world’s media agenda, Andriy use his fame to refocus the global spotlight on the fragile independence Ukraine is fighting for. The film culminates in an incredible sequence of events that result in Oleg Sentsov's release in a prisoner swap. Andriy and Oleg can meet each other at last.

The film is available for viewing only on the territory of the Russian Federation.
Film crew
  • Director:
    Nicolai Khalezin, Natalia Kaliada, Andrew Smith
  • Cinematographer:
    Andrew Smith
  • Producer:
    Nicolai Khalezin, Natalia Kaliada, Andrew Smith
  • Theme:
    Human rights
  • Film studio:
    Belarus Free Theatre
  • Country of action:
  • Language:
    Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian
  • Artdocfest 2020
    Environment. Long live Belarus!
  • Artdocfest 2020
    Online festival Artdocfest/Riga