This documentary follows the members of Voina (War) an art group that became known for its controversial and anarchic forms of expression in Russia.
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Tomorrow. The thin line between art and anarchy
This film is about the most striking occurence in contemporary art in Russia, the art-group Voina (War).
Their founders — Vor (Thief) and Koza (Goat) live underground, raise their one-year old son Kasper and carry out art actions on the fine edge between art and criminal code.
Their cou-rageous political statements leave nobody indif-ferent (and disturb absolutely everybody). They live in the present, hoping that tomorrow they can change everything.