WATCH: “Unchechen,” a Short Film about the Gay Genocide

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“It tells the harrowing story of the entrapment and interrogation of just one of the gay men who form the #Chechen100, based on accounts provided by some of the men who have so far escaped.”

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“The film, featuring only two characters, is entirely based on accounts provided by some of the men who have escaped.

Stephen M Hornby, writer and director of “Unchechen”, said: “The State organized extermination of gay men in Chechnya is a horrific ghost from World War Two. But it’s real.

“The men fleeing from it are too terrified to go on camera, and so I wanted to try to fill the silence with something that attempts to make this crisis real and human.

‘Unchechen’ also deals with the families’ behavior towards gay men in Chechnya.”

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