The film will tell the story of the forced eviction of 800 thousand Poles from the USSR and 480,000 Ukrainians from present-day Poland, carried out at the direction of Moscow.
The documentary "The Frontier. Operation Grubeshiv" tells us about the joint struggle of Ukrainian and Polish insurgents against the Soviet Communists during and after World War 2.
A young poet and teacher of Ukrainian language, Vasyl Stus, comes to Kiev from Donbass - to study in graduate school. Here he meets the main women of his life, the most important friends and like-minded people, but also encounters the most ardent enemies.
Stus dreamed of engaging in literature, not politics; to be a famous poet, not a dissident. But the actions of the Soviet special services and the CPSU - incompatible with Vasily's understanding of justice and democracy - pushed him to a point of no return.