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Opinion divided in Ukraine's city of Donetsk about whether to follow Crimea's example
1. Poster reading (Russian) 'Donbass (Donetsk region) is the heart of Ukraine!'
2. Wide road in Donetsk
3. Pan pro-Ukrainian family watching TV
4. Mid daughter Mariana Zayarnaya and son Artyom Zayarniy watching TV
5. Close up TV screen
6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Mariana Zayarnaya, 19, Medical Science student:
"Before this I never heard from any of my friends that anyone wanted to separate and join Russia, or that it was so bad to live here. But now, we see thousands of people take to the streets of our city protesting and shouting that Ukraine is a dump."
7. Close tilt up from dog to grandmother Galina Smolenka
8. Daughter Mariana and mother Tatiana Zayarnaya eating cake and drinking tea
9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Artyom Zayarniy, 27, Lawyer:
"So it has happened that I have fallen out with people from my circles, as we don't share the same opinions. I used to go Maidan too (Independence Square in Kiev), and I am the only one from my friends who shares the ideas of Maidan (pro-European ideas). I am constantly misunderstood at work too."
10. Wide family drinking tea
11. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Aleksei Zayarniy, 53, an Engineer:
"I am proud of my children. My daughter was building the barricades, me and my son protected them. I have been to Grushevsky street (main battlefield where pro-European protesters clashed with fugitive president Viktor Yanukovych's special forces), been on the battlefield. On the 20th (February) when tens of people were dying (in Kiev) my son called me in the evening and said to me 'I'm going, are you?'. So we went (to Kiev), and the carriage was empty, the whole train was empty."
12. Close up flowers and memorial laid to pro-Ukrainian protester who died during clashes
13. Vandalised flower memorial on Lenin's square
14. Wide pro-Russian demonstrators on Lenin's square
15. Close up Lenin's statue
16. Mid pro-Russian tents on the square
17. Wide pro-Russian family in their home
18. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Artyom Larionov, 36, works in advertising:
"It's either here or there, only two options. To take some middle ground now is the same as to give up."
19. Close up hands pouring tea
20. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Artyom Larionov, 36, works in advertising:
"I was born in the Soviet Union, and since it fell apart, I still have a feeling that some sort of organ is missing. It feels like living in a half-way place, always missing something, so I want, as a minimum, the Donetsk region to re-join the Russian Federation."
21. Close up pan hands to face Yuliya Larionova
22. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Yuliya Larionova, 29, psychologist:
"When ordinary civilians are happy for the soldiers that don't touch them, when small kids go up to the soldiers and hug them, kiss them, and soldiers play with them, it means that the people are genuinely happy that Russian troops have entered Crimea. That's why, and I understand that our new government doesn't support this, most of the peaceful population want them (Russian troops) to come here too. "
23. Mid two shot
24. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Yuliya Larionova, 29, psychologist:
"I am Ukrainian just because I was born here. But in principle, the people of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus are one Slavic nation, and there is no need for being divided."
25. Wide father playing with daughter
26. Mid father hugging daughter
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