Tuesday, December 6, 7.30pm
Powell Family Cinema
College of Film and the Moving Image
301 Washington terrace
Ukrainian Sheriffs is a real life story about two local sheriffs and the villagers of a remote village near Crimea, Stara Zburievka. Following the sheriffs on their everyday duties, the story gives us a look beyond the war and the ongoing political events inside the everyday life of the villagers, foregrounding the tension between personal survival and political justice. What was meant to be a film about a few people from the Ukrainian countryside and their everyday struggles and portrays the faith of a whole nation during the turning period in its history.
Here you’ll find trailer of the movie
Following this links you’ll find news about the movie and interview with film-director Roman Bondarchuk: