Plai. A Mountain Path
This is the story of people who have saved more than they lost under the pressure of our ambivalent present, which has mixed up all the laws of earth and heaven. Their strength and weakness is their love: for their land, for their neighbours. They are both dissident and obedient at the same time, like the mountains. They rebel against the injustices of life, and bravely take all the blows of fate. To the human eye, the Malkovych family is lost among beautiful and harsh nature, but in fact they are in a place where harmony and love, passed down through generations, have ruled since the beginning of time.
Eva DzhyshyashviliEva Dzhyshyashvili has graduated from the documentary film directing department of the Ukrainian Institute of Public Relations and Television. Since 2014 she’s been working as a professor of photography at the film and television department of Kyiv’s National University of Culture and Arts. In 2017 Eva completed the Documentary Film Directing course at the Serhiy Bukovsky School and crafted her filmmaking skills participating in the ‘Young people about Ukraine’ educational project and the Docudays UA: CIVIL PITCH. Plai. A Mountain Path is Eva’s documentary feature debut.
FilmographyPlai. A Mountain Path (2021)