Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD, Afghan syndrome, Chechen syndrome) is a mental disorder that can develop after a person is exposed to a traumatic event, such as warfare. This series is about the people who went through the war, and their adaptation process at home.
Portrait. A Hero of Our Time., First Jury Honorable Mention
Dmitry Dagas. 1983–1985. Afghanistan (Bagram — Panjer). Passport of a dead “dukh” (Mujahedin).
Igor Dembovsky. 1982–1984. Afghanistan (Kabul — Shindand).
Yevgeny Dobrynin. 2000–2002. Chechnya. Sketches.
Vladimir Popov. 1999–2010. Chechnya. Bullets on the beret.
Mikhail Alimov. 1981–1983. Afghanistan (Kandahar — Shindand).
Nikolai Knyazev. 1983–1985. Afghanistan (Panjsher). The Pyavusht canyon leading to Rukha kishlak (village).
Oleg Ryabikov. 1995 Grozny. There we came under “friendly fire”.
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