A girl from the village of Elizavetopolskoye in the Chelyabinsk region after the death of her parents took custody of six younger brothers and sister.
At first, the girl was refused custody - she did not have a husband, work and education, but when the villagers stood up for Yevtushenko, the guardianship gave its consent.
In May 2018, she became the official guardian of children.
The film “Christina's Children” tells the story of the family, the responsibilities of each of its members, and how their lives go.
About how one of the youngest mothers of many children in Russia lives, also read in RT.