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WATCH: “NYC to Donetsk & back” – a new film

Russian-American actor Peter Von Berg (of the FX series The Americans) goes on a journey from his home in NYC to the Donetsk People’s Republic to explore the gap between the image proffered in the American media and the reality as experienced by the people who live there.

This film is essential watching


9 Comments

  1. Brilliant work by Peter Von Berg & team, thank you off-G. 🙂
    It’s great to get a feel for the surprising realities on the ground. No bank money, eh? Interesting.
    In similar vein, I like this 18 minute video of a cheerful young chap riding his little pop-pop motorbike through Iran.
    He is now a huge fan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2LEgowbzSc&t=135s
    John Doran
    Our fake news MSM really is staffed by brain-dead traitors ,both to the truth & to their fellow man.




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  2. King Kong says

    Thanks for posting this movie. Great stuff. I, an Continental European, has learned something new here. 🙂
    I think I will have to take a trip to Russia, Donetsk and Crimea.
    Imifght be worried though , that the beer is thin as in Britain…Well can prolly get a vodka.
    The women certainly are eye pleasing, but I abstain.




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  3. summitflyer says

    Many thanks to Peter Von Berg for this presentation. Hopefully provides to many Americans and Canadians a look at the Donbass/Donesk region and why they fight for what is theirs.




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    • Kolokol says

      VK button can be found under the share icon denoted with the + symbol.




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  4. We have Victoria Nuland and Hillary Clinton to thank for this Ukrainian coup where they supported Nazi forces. Joe Biden’s son Hunter has benefited with an important energy job in the Ukraine.




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    • kevin morris says

      You are right of course, but after such a beautiful, uplifting film, I’d rather forget such people, even if only momentarily.




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