Te Durosh follows the lives of three Albanian women whose stories reflect the turmoil of their country’s recent history.
The first spent most of her life as a political prisoner in the network of labour camps erected by the ruthless dictatorship of Enver Hoxha.
Another was a leader of the student movement, which played a central role in the popular unrest, which finally overthrew the regime in 1991.
The third survived the Hoxha era by making subtle compromises, which are the lifeblood of tyrannies, only to fall victim to the anarchy, which devastated the country in 1997.
Directed by ALESSANDRA ZEKA.
Distributed to: CNN, Al Jazeera, TV3 (Spain), HKN (Japan), ARTE (France), RAI2 (Italy), Canal+ (Spain), Documentary Channel (US), Link TV (US), TV4 (Belgium), SIC (Portugal), TVP (Polonia).