Luka’s parents – Nadia and Karen – try to figure out where to take him once war breaks out. (6 minutes)
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Nadia and Karen have been arguing over Russian-ness since they needed to pick a school for Luka.
Nadia remembers the times that Luka’s father would suggest going to Crimea for vacation, as if it wasn’t Ukrainian land occupied by Russia.
Nadia tells the story of her father, Alex, who lives near Bucha, and how differently he and she view the Russian atrocities there. (10 minutes)
Nadia tells the story of her mother, who lives in Russia, and how she won’t do the one thing Nadia keeps asking her to do. (2 minutes)
Karen sends Nadia a photo which drives them to a final showdown. (12 minutes)
Nadia’s step-father works for the Russian government. How to manage that? (4 minutes)
Russian forces have besieged the town of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. Shelling is constant.
Masha Gessen has fled their home country, Russia, twice. First as a teenager, then again as an adult.