Filmmaker Alex Soloviev tried to avoid favourite tourist clichés (though not without some), catching with camera what is usually missing in the regular timelapse videos - the true rhythm and the flow of the city. It is impossible to do it in just 2 minutes, it's just a little piece of what you can see there. Alex says "Moscow is an unusual city, it's really huge and has different shapes. The city with so many stereotypes that are often spoken about it. The city that is easy to overestimate and underestimate at the same time. "
If you live in poverty, can you afford to dream? An estimated five million people are homeless in Russia; one million of them are children. This WHY POVERTY film takes a ook at the lives of a group of children living on a rubbish dump outside of Moscow, showing the hardships they face and the dreams they hold on to.