A film about Finnish Tatars was made in Finland

Usually, after several generations, immigrants begin to lose their roots, forget their language and customs. All that remains of their origin is the memory that their ancestors were from such and such a country – without details.

However, when a country is under occupation by another country and under conditions of aggressive assimilation and ethnocide, it often happens that immigrants maintain their culture, language and customs purer and more authentic than those of people who stayed.


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