Antonina, who lives in a remote town in Russia, has to support her children and her husband, who managed to return home after the Second World War but was crippled from combat. Her hard work as a combine operator wins her the honor of the best combine operator and a red banner in recognition. However, the red banner begins to be eaten by mice, putting the pressure on her family to keep it intact. She is forced to work harder to win the banner every year, so that her family can be free from the reproach for treating the banner carelessly. As time goes by, the meaning of the red banner changes. is the debut feature film for Marina Razbezhkina, who has recorded daily lives of the middle class with humor in the form of documentary for the past 15 years. The film, reminiscent of the Dovzhenko classic and Tarkovsky’s , has been critically acclaimed.
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