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“War is emptiness,” postulates Myroslava, a young woman living in Krasnohorivka, Ukraine.
She’s dressed in black and sitting in front of a black background, speaking her observations in front of a camera set up in her family’s living room. Outside is her war-torn village, the site of steady shellings in a years-long face-off between Ukraine and Russia. As Myroslava reflects on residing in a place continually wrecked by war, her family quietly listens off-camera, bunched up in the corners of their small home.
The kind-eyed and determined matriarch of the family, Anna, and her three other children are all part of Myroslava’s film project,
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