The film shows four routes of flight that were taken by four children in order to escape the ethnical massacre. One had to push through the crowd to get to the last ship, another one to get to the last train, and a third to the last plane, which explodes after takeoff. The fourth child, who missed all three possibilities to leave his hometown, walks together with his family and thousands of other refugees over the snow-covered mountains. The film is based on the real stories of people who escaped the Sukhumi Massacre in 1993 during the Abkhazian-Georgian war.
YANA UGREKHELIDZE studied at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. In addition to numerous installations, her films include: LA BRIQUE (2011), SUMMER STORY (2017), ARMED LULLABY (2018), THE CASE NR. 79087 (2019), and WITH NIKITA THROUGH THE RABBIT HOLE (2019).