|Synopsis||The town of Mailuu-Suu was built in 1945 in the south of the Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan, toaccommodate a processing plant for uranium mined in the area. The plant was replaced years later, when the mines were closed, by a light bulb factory. At the time, this large factory employed a third of the local population. Since the demise of the Soviet Union however, there have been massive personnel cuts on a regular basis. Tanya lost her job on the lamp factory in 2005. She was forced to find new ways of livelihood.|
Chingiz NARYNOV 칭기즈 나리노프Chingiz NARYNOV was born in 1986. He is a director of documentary and fiction films. In 2008 he participated inInternational Fellowship for Emerging Filmmakers in Documentary Center of George Washington University(USA). Co-founder of CityLab production studio.