Zhivoy | 2006
Hemingway once described war as a mystical dreaming of something inexplicable. It's difficult to see the sense in death, especially in deaths of young guys during the war in Chechnya. Kir has survived, but besides his leg he lost two friends in Chechnya. When Kir comes back home he realizes that the life he's living now is filled with treachery and hypocrisy. He's completely confused with the things happening around him and eventually meets two ghosts of his dead friends. Together with his friends he begins to travel through the city and through his own consciousness.