WHO’S IN IT?
Anastasiia Budiashkina (film debut), Sabrina Rubtsova (film debut), Caterina Barloggio (film debut), Théa Brogli (film debut), Jérôme Martin (film debut), Tanya Mikhina (film debut), Alicia Onomor (film debut), Lou Steffen (film debut), Aleksandr Mavrits (Blindfold), Philippe Schuler (Tranquillo), Stéphanie Chuat (Jonah and Lila, Till Tomorrow)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Elie Grappe (film debut), director, writer; Raphaëlle Desplechin (Not on My Watch), writer; Tom Dercourt (15 Lads) and Jean-Marc Fröhle (Miséricorde), producers; Pierre Desprats (The Wild Boys), composer; Lucie Baudinaud (As Happy as Possible), cinematographer; Suzana Pedro (Juze), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 2013, fifteen-year-old Ukrainian gymnast Olga (Budiashkina) is forced to flee her home country and head towards Switzerland, where she continues her training for an upcoming European gymnastics competition. However, as Olga witnesses the civil unrest engulfing her country, her sympathy threatens to cloud her overall ability to perform…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
After being previewed earlier this year to raise money for the ongoing war in Ukraine, this captivating sports drama – which focuses on another recent revolt in the troubled country – officially arrives in UK cinemas with fresh relevance and a powerful sense of timeliness.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 3RD JUNE 2022
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE