Graham Phillips, a British journalist covering the war in Donbass for over two years, presented the documentary “Aramis” about the war. The documentary was shown in the evening of April 2, in Moscow, in the building of Sergei Kurginyan’s International Public Foundation “Experimental Creative Centre”, “Essence of Time” reporter informs.
The documentary is based on the footage filmed by a servicemen of the Lugansk People’s Republic Denis Somov.
The movie covers the events which happened from June 2014 to February 2015: from the moment Ukrainian air force bombed Lugansk to the battles in which Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republic liberated Debaltsevo in a joint operation. Denis Somov died in one of these battles. The movie is called “Aramis” in honor of Denis himself: he chose the name Aramis as his callsign. The movie shows in detail the military everyday lives of people, who voluntarily became soldiers to defend their land and their loved ones. It also features a large number of interviews.
After the movie Graham thoroughly answered the questions of viewers. In particular the British journalist informed that he plans to show this movie in Europe, so that the people would know the truth.
The punitive operation against Donbass was launched in April 2014 by the new Nazi government of Ukraine, which came to power by the means of a coup d’etat in February 2014. The coup d’etat was supported by the governments of Western countries, first and foremost USA, Germany and Great Britain. Several dozens thousand people became victims of the punitive operation of Ukrainian Armed Forces against the civilian population.