Poland | 2015 | 43min | DCP | COLOR | Documentary | World Music
A piano rescued by a student of the conservatoire – which was meant to reinforce a barricade in the Ukrainian Euromaidan – becomes a participant and symbol of the revolution. Soon after, the piano also unites the protestors in the Euromaidan. Ignoring the ice and snow, every day and night they sing the Ukrainian anthem and moving folk songs to its accompaniment. The instrument turned out to be more dangerous than Molotov cocktails...
Vita Maria Drygas
Vita Maria Drygas was born in 1984 in Vilnius and majored in French Studies at Warsaw University. She also studied at the Photography Department of the Film School in Łod? and completed Development Lab at the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film. Currently, she is a graduate student at the Radio and Television Faculty of the University of Silesia.