Drie Kameraden / Masja Novikova / Netherlands & Chechen / 2006 / 99 min
Three friends - Ruslan, Ramzan and Islam - cruise the streets of the ...展开Chechen city of Grozny at the start of the 1990s with their car radio up full blast. A few months later, Ruslan is arrested and executed by Russian soldiers. Ramzan is the next one to die when he is killed during an air strike. The last of the three friends - Islam the doctor - only survives the war as a result of being deported to Holland. This is where director Mascha Novikova begins shooting her documentary on the tragic destinies of the three cheerful comrades. The film looks at the Russian-Chechen conflict from the point of view of the Muslim inhabitants. As a result, it is primarily based on interviews with survivors, who recall the three men who are the central figures in the story.
The Film Three Comrades / Drie Kameraden (2006) by Dutch director Mascha Novikova, which looks at the Chechen conflict from the point of view of the republic's Muslim inhabitants. The film is a documentary/real-life story based on the lives of three Chechen men who experience the war in different ways. Part of the One World International Human Rights Documentary Fim Festival 2007, organized by the Czech Center New York.