If we put all Mykola Amosov’s patients together, we’ll get the population of a small town. And if we count all the people saved by his students and the Amosov Institute – how many will there be? A region?A country? A dozen prominent medical scientistswould envy his achievements, but he didn’t limited himself to medicine. A doctor, an engineer, a cyberneticist, a writer, a public activist, a scientist, a man of thought – he was a multifaceted and complex personality. We call such people renaissance men. His intellect, health, and creativity were in complete balance and harmony. He was notable for his unique ability to make a great qualitative advancement in everything he touched. What was his secret? What was that inherent spring that drove this brilliant man?
Sergey Lysenko is a director and screenwriter from Kyiv. He has worked as a filmmaker since 2005. He graduated from the Karpenko-Kary National University of Theatre, Cinema and Television. In 2012, in cooperation with Victor Scheglov, he founded the independent production studio Generator Films.
The Thaw (2007), Trap (2009), Awakening (2010), Heartbeat (2011), Amosov – Centenary (2013)