But that was about it: there were no appointments, no committee, and no lustration laws. Despite the fact that lustration was Maidan’s main demand. Yet, Yehor is not the one to surrender. He’s fighting and he’s winning.
This is a film about an inner strength of a person who moved all the way from a human rights advocate to Euromaidan superintendent, from a journalist to a member of Parliament, from the corrupt government fighter to a statesman.
A FILM BY:
Sergey Lysenko, director
Andriy Lysetsky, cinematography
Borys Peter, sound director
Roman Bondarchuk, producer, manager of the project
Pivden NGO and Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival
The film production is supported by the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine