New Trailer Highlights Ukraine’s Moms, Kids, and Spirit
After many months, we have trimmed the preliminary trailer down to a brisk 99 seconds, while holding on to many highlights — especially the moms and kids that returned home just as soon as they could, to come home to their men who never left at all.
To watch the trailer click here: https://vimeo.com/806764228
We see a rebuilt Jul’s coffee shop in Bucha back serving neighbors. Forget the blown-out windows and pile of glass we saw a year before — they wanted to get back to work and they are!
In Back to Bucha and its trailer, we see much more about the Spirit of Ukraine’s people, than the damage to its buildings and churches. And making it all work is the moving composition of talented Ukrainian pianist and composer Valeriia Vovk — so ubiquitous in the film and trailer.
And TVBoy, the Italian street artist who had just painted the picture of a brave girl with a stop sign just around the corner of Jul’s. We can’t help featuring it in the trailer and as its cover photo.
As you'll see, the film and trailer are upbeat, inspirational, and will leave you with a smile.
We hope you like it. Take a look!