|Plot||When Victor Yushchenko takes the stage to accept the Presidency of Ukraine, it seems as if a massive spontaneous movement has swept him to power. Colour Me Free takes the viewer to Kyiv's Independence square and shows where the massive, citizen-led energy came from, then crosses the border to Russia and Belarus, where the tremendous hope of the Orange Revolution inspires democracy activists preparing to topple Presidents Vladimir Putin and Alexandr Lukashenka, respectively. The Kremlin is wary of the orange wave of freedom; it has studied Ukraine's success and demonstrates that it will wield political influence through oil and gas pricing. In Belarus, Lukashenka does everything he can to cut off any democratic tendencies swiftly and brutally. Six months before the Belarus elections, civil society and the opposition is disorganized and demoralized. Over the same period of time, Colour Me Free traces the emergence of a resistance and shows the cat-and-mouse game engaged by democracy activists and the dictator.... search for Colour Me Free on IMDb|
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