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A heartbreaking portrait of 16-year-old Ukrainian refugees Andrei and Alisa, who help out at a school for refugee children in Budapest. Andrei asks the children to draw pictures of something from back home in Ukraine. What beautiful things can they recall? He offers the example of his own grandfather’s cherry orchard. The children use confrontational, adult vocabulary to describe their experiences of war. A young boy earnestly goes through a number of battle strategies, and a girl provides a vivid account of a rocket attack.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    28 minutes
  • Language
    Ukrainian, Russian, English, Hungarian
  • Country
  • Note
    The New York Times Op-Docs
  • Director
    Ruslan Fedotov
  • Producer
    Ruslan Fedotov