In the midst of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, a Russian-born field surgeon works desperately to save the lives of her adopted Ukrainian brethren. In the process, she searches for what it means to be a patriot in a country torn apart by questions of national identity. Is Ukraine a mere satellite of Russia, or can it find a national story of its own?
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Andranik Berberian was born in Kiev Ukraine in 1991. In 2006 Mr Berberian started working for a local Television company. While working in television he realized his passion was for making films. He enrolled in Kiev National university and obtained a degree in Culture and Arts with an emphasis on the analysis of different cultures. Today Mr Berberian is serving as a producer & director for a multi level media and marketing company he co-founded named Door to Door Agency.
Portrait of my grandmother on a gravestone - 2011 (documentary), "Shadow" - 2012 (screenplay), "Last Summer" - 2015 (documentary), "My dear Armenian aunt" - 2015 (documentary), "Asel" - 2017 (screenplay), "Thank you Ukraine. Armenian "- 2017 (social commercial)