Sorokin no Mita Sakura
Sakurako works as an assistant at a television studio in Matsuyama, her first independent task is to shoot a story about the local cemetery of Russian prisoners of war and their life during the Russo-Japanese War. But to study additional materials, you will have to go to Russia. The girl is not particularly enthusiastic about the project; maybe she would have refused - if not for the grandmother who handed Sakurako the diary of her great-great-grandmother Yui. Yui was a nurse in a POW camp; She entrusted her diary with the story of her love for the Russian officer Alexander Sorokin.
Participant of the program "Russian Trace" of the 41st Moscow International Film Festival