68 min



Directing: Jana Ševčíková


On 7 December 1988, thousands of people died in the Armenian city of Gyumri under an earthquake. More than one third of them were children. Bereaved parents responded by giving newly born babies names after their deceased brothers or sisters, which in many cases led to problems with identification, and many still believe that the soul of their departed brother or sister lives with or within them, as shown in a documentary about the life after the disaster, shot during three years.
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