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It's a true glimpse into how modern war is being waged on Ukrainian soil. These are prime examples of how media and false news are being used to spread propaganda. What's not new is what war truly does to people. How it changes them. How humans desperately try to adapt to a desperate situation.
The movie is very accurate and chosen to show only one side of the Donbass are on purpose (you can't squeeze all into one movie). It SHOULD raise questions about "how come I've never heard of this.?" in your mind. Maybe media in the west has deliberately chosen to neglect this particular issue. Why?
All western countries bordering to Russia, however, follow events in Ukraine- and can varify the autenticity of this movie.
To Ukranians- make sure you have a friend next to you to have a drink with afterwards.. you'll likely need it.
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