LovelessDVD - 2020 | Russian
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A loveless family and a loveless nation:
Alexey Sleptsov, born in 2000. On October 10, 2012, he left home, walking down Svetlogorsk
Destroyed armored vehicles are everywhere. The city is still under fire. Shots can be heard just 100 meters away. Kiev won't reveal the numbers of casualties in the armed forces. The DPR reports that over 100 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed. ... Thousands dead. Tens of thousands wounded. Countless refugees. Living conditions in these cities and villages are horrific. Ukraine has fallen apart and continues to do so. The Ukrainian army is disorganized,
deceived and demoralized. The government in Kiev is run by foreigners... or those who put the interests of the West before those of Ukraine.
If you really want someone to look for him, go online... and contact the Search and Rescue Team. Call them, and they'll tell you what info they need. They're volunteers. It's not a state service. They work 24 hours, for free, with no bureaucracy. They have well-developed and highly effective methods.
I'll tell you our plan, to give you an overview. I'll ask you questions about your son... while others will interview neighbors and possible witnesses... at any locations he may have been.
So... depending on what info we get, we'll focus on particular sites. You and I will go to the police station. The detective there promised to get us CCTV footage. That's vital, and may be a huge help. Also, it'll be dark soon. The boy needs a place to sleep. It's cold out. We'll search for him in apartment buildings. Hopefully, we'll get access codes from the detective.
No, he has no hobbies and doesn't play sports. I think he just sits at home.
-You "think"? I see.
That Stalin-in-a-skirt could do anything.
Any close relatives to whom he may have gone: Grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins?
Mom: There's only my mother, who lives near Moscow.
Dad: I doubt the squirt would go there.
He only has one friend: Kuznetsov, I think.
-Again, you "think"?
She warned me to ditch you, abort the kid and not be an idiot. And I listened to you instead. "It's okay. We're together."
It all seemed fine. We were together. But I didn't want it. I was so scared. Scared of getting an abortion, and scared of keeping it. I really didn't want that child. I thought I'd die giving birth.
They had to resuscitate me. Later, when they brought him to me... I was barely able to look at him. I was repulsed. I wasn't even producing milk. But things gradually settled. A kind of normal life began. A kind of... Lovelessness.
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