This film is a soliloquy of one Chukchi man, and at the same time the entire ethnic group as a whole. The Chukchi are a Siberian indigenous people native to the Chukchi Peninsula, the shores of the Chukchi Sea, and the Bering Sea region of the Arctic Ocean, all within modern Russia. It’s a story of their life, Motherland and also of the things that cause the Chukchi to break away from their roots. This film is a possible projection of our future, as by choosing the blessings of civilization, we risk losing ourselves. Is there a way to get out of the "blizzard?” It seems that the Chukchi know the answer.
Length: 64 mins.
Language: Russian with English Subtitles
Director: Vladimir Krivov
Producer(s): Olga Michi, Maksim Koveshnikov
Distributor: Natalia Blagova