Breaking Point
The War for Democracy in Ukraine

Breaking Point - The War for Democracy in Ukraine
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R Jessie

Excellent documentary from a pro-Ukranian viewpoint. Well-made & very moving; does a great job of presenting Ukraine's recent political history.

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