Romain Goupil was born in 1951. He filmed his first short movies at the age of 16. For a long time he was an assistant to Chantal Akerman, Roman Polanski and Jean-Luc Godard. Besides his acting work, he writes and directs both feature films and documentaries for cinema and television. In 1982, he won the Caméra d'Or in Cannes for "Mourir à trente ans" (To Die at 30), the César for Best First Film and had an Oscar nomination. In 1993 in Venice he received the Audience Award.
Duration: 72 minutesGenre: a documentary filmCountry of production: FranceIn association with: France Televisions and CNNCountry of filming: UkraineLanguages (audio): French, English, UkrainianDirected by: Romain GoupilProducer: Sophie Goupil