“We are very grateful to the creative team, film producers for their work and we are looking forward to the picture on the screens of the country.

The success of our debut film speaks of the high level of projects and, of course, is a reference point, as well as an example for novice filmmakers, ”said Olga Lyubimova, head of the Russian Ministry of Culture.

The Russian film tells about the life of a 14-year-old girl who is forced to hide that she has given birth to a child.

The film also took part in the competitive program of the national festival "Kinotavr".

In Sochi, the winners of the 32nd Film Festival were previously named - the main prize went to Nikolai Khomeriki's drama "The Sea Worries Once".