Screening of the documentary film "The Hardest Hour" | Tallin

Screening of the documentary film "The Hardest Hour" | Tallin

Dear friends! We invite you to the screening of the documentary film "The Hardest Hour" by Ukrainian director Alan Badoyev, which will be held as part of the Ukrainian Cinema Club in Estonia on March 16 at 2:00 p.m. in the Sõprus cinema.

The event is organized by the Association of Ukrainian Organizations in Estonia.

"The Hardest Hour" - war diaries from all over Ukraine. This film is made from 200 minutes of chronicles, survival, resistance and life during war. Every minute was filmed by Ukrainians on mobile phones. Some heroes survived, some were killed. This document is written by the voices of Ukrainians. A unique testimony of the tragic events and crimes of russia through the eyes of Ukrainians, which the whole world should see and feel. So that no one can ever rewrite our history.

The film shows the events in Ukraine and how life and the usual galleries in the phones of Ukrainians have changed since February 24, 2022, after the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by russian troops. These are first-hand stories, emotions and feelings. Each story in the tape is a movie that our heroes shot on their gadgets. This project is not just another film about war. This is a film about people, their last actions and voices.

Movie details:

  • Director: Alan Badoev
  • Producer: Alan Badoev and TV channel 1+1 Ukraine
  • Duration: 2:01 hours
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Age restrictions: 12+

Subtitles: in English

The number of places is limited.

16 March 2024