The film's starting point is a collection of randomly filmed instants of happiness and an accidentally captured audio recording. In a painful conversation, fifty-year-old Lilia speaks of her mental trauma as a result of her parents' constant disputes during her childhood, while her mother justifies the lack of love by the strict frames of a totalitarian society.
Nataliya Ilchuk was born in Lviv (Ukraine) in 1985. A graduate of the Fresnoy - Studio National (2020), she has worked as programmer for short film festivals in Ukraine and has self-produced numerous experimental films since 2006.
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