Denis Metelin, Crimea

In 2014, I had to leave my native Crimea due to the annexation of the peninsula. I saw all the events with my own eyes. At that time, betrayals and defeats were perceived very painfully. However, time passed and we changed. Our story is no longer about enslaved people. Not about people you can come and take something from or kill. Now we are a country of warriors.


This story is about a girl who lived in a front-line town. She was killed, and she came back from the afterlife to seek revenge. The main idea is to show that Ukrainians have no fears left.