©Harald Hund

© Harald Hund

Sanatorium Druzhba Harald Hund

Sanatorium Druzhba Harald Hund

Sanatorium Druzhba Harald Hund

Russian (Eng sub)
HD 16:9
approx. 55 min

Harald Hund


Completion 2010

Harald Hund

© Photography: Harald Hund

Sanatorium Druzhba is a documentary that uses a Soviet-era building as a starting point to delve into the current situation in Crimea after its annexation by Russia. The building serves as a symbol alluding to the broken relationship between Russia and Ukraine. Its utopian modernist architectural style is employed as a metaphor for a seemingly utopian alliance between the two countries nowadays. Occasionally generating an assessment divergent from that of Western media, the film examines the currently defunct rapport between the two nations.

Harald Hund * 1967 Grieskirchen Austria

Films (selection)
Iranium (2017 short d)
Apnoe (2011 a-g)
Mouse Palace (co-director 2010 a-g)



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Published by Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport, Division Arts and Culture, 2021, Vienna, Austria

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