My Thoughts are Silent
UKR 2019 | 104 min. | OVR | D: Antonio Lukich with Andriy Lidagovskiy, Irma Vitovskay
Vadym is twenty-two. He is a sound engineer and a pessimist. In three months he's going to Canada. For good. Before he leaves, he is commissioned to record the voice of a very rare bird that is only found in the mountains of the Ukrainian region of Transcarpathia, where he is heading with his mother.
An eccentric and touching comedy, a mother-son story about family, identity and homeland, which allows an undisguised view of modern Ukraine and playfully deals with central questions.
Short introduction to the film by Vlad Masko.
With the kind support of Netzwerk Filmkultur NRW.This content has been machine translated.