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Germany, Ukraine, France · 2018
1h 50m
Director Sergey Loznitsa
Starring Valeriu Andriuță, Irina Plesnyaeva, Evgeny Chistyakov, Georgiy Deliev
Genre Drama

In Eastern Ukraine, a war is being fought on many fronts. On the one hand, there is an open armed conflict. On the other, there are killings and robberies on a massive scale perpetrated by separatist gangs. But as fake identities and “post-truth” realities take hold, the effects of propaganda and manipulation may prove most devastating of all.

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TheWrap by Ben Croll

No one is spared in Donbass, director Sergei Loznitsa’s scathing look at the (still ongoing) war in eastern Ukraine.


Variety by Jay Weissberg

Corruption and humiliation are the guiding forces of Donbass, resulting in a scathing portrait of a society where human interaction has descended to a level of barbarity more in keeping with late antiquity than the so-called contemporary civilized world.


Screen International by Jonathan Romney

Like the bullets and bomb blasts that punctuate the narrative, Donbass only sometimes hits its target, but even so, it’s clearly the work of a director with an angry message to get across, in an idiosyncratically caustic way.


CineVue by Martyn Conterio

The film’s displays of humour give away to harsher scenes of brutality and intense moments where rural calm is suddenly disrupted by mortar explosions and transformed landscapes dotted with corpses.

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