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Stanislaviv, Poland, 1939. This life-affirming drama centers on three families—Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish–who share a house together...becoming close friends through their love of music. When WWII starts, they face the assault of both the Nazi and Soviet occupations. Released during Russia’s war in Ukraine, Olesya Morgunets-Isaenko’s powerful film is a reflection on the resilience of the human spirit and a testament to the power of friendship.


Virtual Guest Speaker: Jake Marmer on Ukraine: Literature and Life Beyond the Headlines.


Underwritten by Helen & Peter Loewenstein and Edie & Dick Mills in memory of their aunt, Misia Nudler, Z"L.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    121 minutes
  • Language
    Ukrainian
  • Country
    Ukraine, Poland
  • Note
    Original title: Shchedryk
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  • Director
    Olesya Morgunets
  • Screenwriter
    Oksana Prysiazhniuk
  • Producer
    Taras Bosak, Artem Koliubaiev, Maksim Leshchanka
  • Cast
    Janina Rudenska, Andrey Mostrenko, Joanna Opozda, Miroslaw Haniszewski, Yana Koroliova, Alla Bineeva, Tomasz Sobczak
  • Editor
    Roman Sinchuk
  • Production Design
    Vladlen Odudenko
  • Music
    Hossein Mirzagholi