Ukrainian director Maryna Er Gorbach joins her colleagues in requesting the end of the Russian invasion
- The director of this year's Sundance and Berlin entry Klondike urges the international community to "do everything in their power to stop the bloodshed"
Ukraine's Maryna Er Gorbach, the director of this year's Sundance and Berlin entry Klondike [+see also:
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(This is part of a series of open letters about the war that we are receiving from Ukrainian talent - read all of them here).
"During a war with no rules, applying the rules of the civilized world to the aggressor is the same as asking an anemic patient to become a donor. I protest against the madness of the Russian Federation, against murderous imperialism, against military aggression as a world disease. I urge you to do everything in your power to stop the bloodshed. The public position against Russian Federation in all areas is a loud cure for despotism."
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