Neither is an exploration into the hearts of young women in Kaliningrad. The first generation to have grown up after the collapse of the Soviet Union, they look to define their identity in this small 'island' within Europe. The region has had a short but complex history being left it in a fragile position of being severed from the motherland. This fragility is countered by the strong women that have guided me through the region telling me of their dreams and fears. Caught between their strong Russian roots and the new Europe these women search out their place amidst these two worlds.
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