An ordinary village in Belarusian Palessje. An old pair, Antanina and her husband Viktar, sit knee by knee in their small village hut, decorated with home-made cloths. He drinks badly and wonders “why does one live in this world for?” It is very sad and gloomy in the winter, but when the spring comes, the nature revives, and so do people and animals. Life goes on. But why does the old woman sigh so heavily? A very colorful and realistic image of old-time people microcosm. Sometimes amusing, sometimes tragic. There is swearing, quarrelling, disagreement; and at the same time harmonious coexistence of people and nature, man and woman.
Andrei Kutsila was born in 1983 in Baranovichi, Belarus. In 2007 graduated from the the Belarusian State Academy of Arts, journalism. Currently he works as a freelancer for studios and TV.
Focal distance (2008), Kill the Day (2010)
Aliaksandr Nalivaika was born in 1985 in Asipovichi, Belarus. In 2007 graduated from the Belarusian State University, journalism. He works on the radio and TV.