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by Roman Bondarchuk


In Ukrainian Sheriffs we follow Viktor and Volodya, two men who have been appointed local sheriffs by the mayor in the town of Stara Zburyevka, Ukraine. While dealing with crimes such as stolen ducks and drunken neighbors, the news about the war is slowly creeping in on them through their televisions and the invitations to join the army. Ukrainian Sheriffs gives us look beyond the war and inside everyday life in a Ukrainian village, with a great eye for the shady side of life.

international title: Ukrainian Sheriffs
original title: Ukrainian Sheriffs
country: Ukraine, Latvia, Germany
sales agent: Taskovski Films
year: 2016
genre: documentary
directed by: Roman Bondarchuk
film run: 85'
screenplay: Roman Bondarchuk, Dar'ya Averchenko
cinematography by: Roman Bondarchuk
film editing: Roman Bondarchuk
producer: Uldis Cekulis, Dar'ya Averchenko
co-producer: Tanja Georgieva, Irena Taskovski
production: Taskovski Films Ltd. Berlin, VFS Films, SOUTH
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