A woman from Hrodna travels to the Białystok region and visits places related to her ancestors. Axana Prus was born and grew up in Hrodna, where she obtained the proper education and became a choreographer, for many years she worked as a dance teacher. She had an abundance of work and she did not think about emigration. However, in her mind, she often moved to Podlachia.
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To Go and Not Come back… Summary...
Who could imagine how the Belarusian authorities would react to people who were dissatisfied with the regime? Today everyone who does not agree with Lukashenka’s policy is put behind bars. The representatives of law enforcement were given permission to brutally handle people. There are already missing persons. In the first three parts of the documentary, we tried to familiarize the viewers with the victims, now we want to show the results of the investigations. Who will be responsible for the killings, how were investigations and court hearings conducted?
Ostarbeiter Women
The protagonists of the film are “Ostarbeiter women”, women deported from occupied Belarus to Germany to perform forced labor during World War II. There were over 200,000 of them, and only a few hundred are still alive today. The protagonists of the film are between 83 and 99 years old and most of them have never shared their personal stories in public.
Colours of the Nation
The white-red-white flag like never before has become a national symbol in the defence of which people are ready to sacrifice themselves. September 2020 to February 2021 is a crucial time for Belarusians, when for the historic white-red-white national symbols one can now be punished not only with an unreasonably high fine but also with death.
Polesian Shrine
Many secrets attract researchers and volunteers to Yuravichy. Historians are still looking for an answer to the question why one of the richest and most influential Catholic orders came there. Archaeologist Aleh Iou links the appearance of the Jesuits in Yuravichy in the 17th century to the events from a thousand years ago.
I Am the Coordinator. Why Women Took to the Streets
Since August 15, every Saturday in Minsk, Belarusians went to a Women’s March against police brutality and as a sign of solidarity with everyone who yearns for change in the country. Women came out demanding Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s resignation, new elections, release of political prisoners and investigation of all acts of violence against civilians. Women with flowers in their hands and in white dresses became a symbol of the new Belarus, known all over the world.
The Country to Live in
This is the story of Dzmitryy Lukomski and Vyaleta Mayshuk, members of the “The Country to Live in” group. They campaigned for Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya during election campaign in Belarus. They were forced to leave Belarus due to persecution.
To Go and Not Come back… Episode 3
Today everyone says that Roman simply could not have provoke a conflict, because he always tried to resolve all matters peacefully. The boy is gone, he was killed. Apparently he was drunk. Once again the victim of the protest was slandered. 
Where Is My Flag?
In the documentary “Where Is My Flag?” a story is told about the struggle of the famous Belarusian opposition activist Nina Baginskaya against the government. Why does Mrs. Nina attend rallies? Why is she angry at the police and will the petite woman be able to resist the dozen officers who will block her way to the Red Church?
To Go and Not Come back... Episode 2
Alaxandr Vikhor (Sasha) did not vote in the presidential election and did not participate in the protests. 9 August 2020, he was detained and rortured to death. Henadz Shutau went to the protest only out of curiosity. He was shot in the back of the head. What these people were like and how they died, the documentary “To Go and Not Come back. Episode 2” tells about.
Syarzhuk Douhushau “Where we are”
Being a Belarusian in Belarus is difficult and sometimes impossible. It is tiring, therefore more and more often the most convinced, the most genuine, the most talented Belarusians move abroad – to build their own Belarus there.
To Be Called Humans. The Kupalarites
The film is an attempt to recreate the events of August 2020 that took place at the Yanka Kupala National Theater. Talks with the fired actors allows you to better understand what really happened there and why they chose to leave the theater.
To Go and Not Come Back
The documentary will tell us who was the people who perished during the protests in Belarus. Alyaksandr Taraykouski. He was killed with a shot to the chest. Kanstantsin Shyshmakou. He was found hanged. Mikita Kryutsou. He was also found hanged. No investigations were launched in any of these cases. 
Torture Center. Stories from Belarusian Detention Center
People arrested in the first days of protests and tortured in the detention center on Akrestsina Street share their experiences and emotions. We have footage from Akrestsina Street from August 10 to 14 when our heroes were there, as well as amateur recordings of their arrest.
Song of the Free
Women armed with flowers lead a coalition of the dissatisfied. They face provocateurs, ignore the authorities’ calls to disperse, and recruit new protesters. They have flowers in their hands – a symbol of freedom. They are accompanied by musicians and artists who speak out against violence.
"Show Us on the BT"
BT, ONT and STV are the three main national channels that have long served as a propaganda tool of the Belarusian authorities. It is difficult to say what is happening inside the TV stations, but one thing is known: supported by daily pickets, numerous ONT and BT employees began to speak out loud about the need to provide true coverage of the events in the country.
Solidary Białystok
Białystok is an important place among the solidary cities. Firstly, because of its close proximity and strong economic ties with Belarus, secondly, because it has a large Belarusian national minority, and thirdly, because it has a growing Belarusian diaspora. Hence, in Białystok, numerous actions of solidarity with the persecuted Belarusians in their homeland have been taking place. In my documentary, I want to show the diversity and spectacularism of these actions.