Dokumentāla filma “Sveiciens no Sibīrijas”
Krasnojarskas, Tomskas, Jeņisejskas un citos apgabalos bez savstarpējām saziņas iespējām, atstatus cits no cita vēl sastopami no
Latvijas vardarbīgi izvestie, 1941. un 1949.gadā uz Sibīriju deportētie bērni, šodien jau sirmgalvji un invalīdi. Viņiem ir nolaupīta ne tikai dzimtene un tuvinieki, pārkrievošanās politika viņiem ir atņēmusi arī dzimto valodu, un daudzi no viņiem vairs nespēj latviski sazināties. Viņi nav atgriezušies. Mēs nezinām, vai viņi ir zuduši Latvijas tautai un Latvijas zemei uz visiem laikiem. Visu izšķirs „lielā politika”, kas šodien nav prognozējama.Documentary film “Greetings from Siberia”
In the Krasnoyarsk, Tomsk, Yenyiseiska and other regions, we can still find people who were violently deported from Latvia in 1941 and 1949 – children then, old and disabled people now. They are far from one another, they have no way to communicate amongst themselves. They have been robbed of their native language. Many of them no longer speak Latvian. They have not returned. We don’t know whether they are lost for the Latvian people and Latvian land. That will all depend on “big politics” – something that cannot be foreseen today.
režisore un autore DZINTRA GEKA
montāžas režisors ARMANDS ZVIRBULIS
Konsultants ĒRIKS LANSS
operatori AIVARS LUBĀNIETIS, IGORS TŪNS, ALEKSANDRS DEMČENKO
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© Dzintra Geka
66’This is a crime that is no different from the monstrous crimes that were committed by German Nazis, but the Soviet crimes are still kept quiet, with some hoping that all of those who can give evidence will soon be dead. Russian has never admitted to the violation of international law, it has never apologised to Latvia or offered any compensation for the moral and material losses that were caused to its people. Those who were thrown into death camps, those who were shot or tortured in the presence of their loved ones, the families that suffered death after violent death, the victims and their children and grandchildren – none of them can understand the lack of courage among Latvia’s politicians. They still hope that in bilateral negotiations with the Russians, Latvia will get them to admit to the fact of this terrible crime.
Author and director: Dzintra Geka
Editor: Armands Zvirbulis
Consultant: Ēriks Lanss
Camera: Aivars Lubānietis, Igors Tūns, Aleksandrs Demčenko
Producer: Dzintra Geka