A touching cinematic portrait of a woman who survived the 1933 Holodomor and whose life comprised more dramatic moments than a screenwriter could possibly describe. This is one of the first films raising the issue of the Great Famine. The title of the film refers to one of the lines from a 1921 poem by Pavlo Tychyna.
Pavlo Fareniuk was born in Ternopil region in 1938. In 1973, he graduated from Karpenko-Karyi Kyiv State University of Theatre Arts. He created around 50 films at the Ukrkinokhronika studio.
Canvas Letters, On the Shores of the Eternal River, Tree in the Field, I am the People, World of Paraska Horytsvit