This Is an Excellent Documentary by an Independent German Journalist That Was on the Ground at the Start of the Eight Years of War That Eastern Ukraine Has Suffered Post the US Funded Coup of 2014
The documentary was first aired six years ago which actually makes the creator’s comments in light of recent events, even more poignant.
Please watch and share, it’s important to understand the series of events that have led to the current Russian military operation.
Ukrainian agony – The concealed war
Since mid-July 2014, our war correspondent team is still on site in the southeast of Ukraine – in the Donbass. We shot countless videos and scored over a thousand photos. The team of “Keep a close eye on by Mark Bartalmai” was the ONLY western and German team of journalists with the highest level of accreditation and therefore had access to many critical points in this civil war. Our materials are now being used in a documentary.
We made this documentary film from over 3 terabytes video that were filmed in several months on site.
It shows the different areas of the war in recounting episodes and individual stories – of civilians, soldiers and journalists. The focus is on the personal perspectives of each of the actors, supported by the recorded material, during and after the bombing of cities, battles and on people’s lives under war conditions in the middle of Europe.
The documentary is not an action movie. Rather, it lives from spoken word, by the voices of the people of the interviews and their impressions. Accompanied with sequences of events it draws a picture of the personal feelings of the participants – whether civilians, soldiers and journalists.
“Ukrainian Agony” is a silent film about the immense volume and violence of war. The propaganda has reached a new level of “quality”. Disinformation, concealment, half-truths up to outright lies are the “weapons” of certain Western media in this war – in an unprecedented degree.