This is a film about the famous Ukrainian philosopher and poet Hryhoriy Skovoroda, which was banned by Soviet censorship. The film only reached the screens 15 years later, during perestroika.
Rolan Serhiyenko was born to a family of teachers in Shchors, Chernihiv region, in 1936. Graduated from the Directing Department of the All-Union State Institute of Cinema (1963, Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s workshop). Since 1963, works at the Oleksandr Dovzhenko Film Studio in Kyiv. A member of the National Filmmakers’ Union of Ukraine.
White Clouds (1968), Mykola Rerikh (1976), The Law of Vernadskyi (1984), Chernobyl Bell (1986-1989), Chernobyl. Epilogue (1996)