Watch: In the name of the future by Maxim Pilipenko

 

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Watch this amazing short film here.  We added English sub-titles.

Alexey, Business owner, 33
“My wife doesn’t want me to go to the war zone. She says that we have to take care of our son. What to do? I love my family and I love Ukraine too.”

Mariya Petrovna, Teacher, 44
“I don’t know what to tell the kids. They feel that something terrible is happening. ”

Alexandr Stepanovich, Surgeon, 43
“I don’t know if I can handle this. I have no strength left. They keep bringing young men. I have a son the same age. And he has a son.”

Galina Nikolayevna, Mom, 52
“My Mother used to tell me about the occupation. They came and took our homes. Entire villages ended up homeless. My husband would do everything, so we would live in our country, in our home.”

Eugene, Baker, 55
“I don’t want my son to ever face this.”

Nikolay, Builder, 49
“I spent the last 15 year building homes. I will RE-BUILD, RE-BUILD my Country!”

Irina, Pianist, 27
“My husband went to war. My daughter and I are alone. We hope and wait for him to return.”

THEY SEE.
THEY HEAR.
THEY ARE CHILDREN OF WAR.
THEY WANT TO LIVE IN PEACE.
WITH MOM AND DAD.
LETS SAVE THE FUTURE.
NO TO WAR.

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