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Voice of Ludmila Eco-cinema opener

THE VOICE OF LUDMILLA, (by Gunnar Bergdahl, Sweden) opens Ecocinema.

The film comes with a prestigious track record including Best Swedish Documentary of the year in 2002 and successfull presentation in numerous festivals:

Burgsvik Film Festival, 2001
Molodist International Film Festival, 2001
Gothenburg Film Festival, 2002
Berlin International Film Festival, 2002
Cannes International Film Festival
Munich Film Festival, 2002
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, 2002
Jerusalem Film Festival, 2002
Montreal World Film Festival, 2002
Warsaw Film Festival, 2002
Ghent Film Festival, 2002
Sao Paolo International Film Festival, 2002
Washington Environmental Film Festival, 2003

The Voice of Ludmila is a film about love and memories and how the Past is always present in Life. Twenty years ago there was a referendum in Sweden if there should be nuclear power or not. At the time it was an issue about life and death, future or disaster.
Today there are nuclear power plants in Sweden. In 1986 Ljudmila Ignatenko was 23 years old, very much in love with her husband Vasilij, a fireman, and five months pregnant. They lived in Pripyat, the city built around the Chernobyl nuclear plant. On the night between April 25 and 26 Vasilij was sent out. There was a fire at the nuclear plant. “Go to sleep again - I will wake you up when I get back", he said.
The Voice of Ljudmila is her story.



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