Mamay (Ukrainian: Мамай) is a 2003 Ukrainian language film. Based on ancient Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar folklore, this is a Ukrainian version of Romeo and Juliet. A fugitive Cossack falls in love with a stunningly beautiful Tatar woman who saves him from certain death. Their love defies age-old hatred between their respective peoples. The film features cinematography by Serhiy Mykhalchuk and a soundtrack by composer Alla Zahaykevych. Directed by Oles Sanin, 80 minutes. Mamay was Ukraine's 2003 submission for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
- "Mamay" at Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University (link inactive as of 2014.10.26)
- "Mamay" at Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia University (retrieved on 2014.10.26)
- Mamay at the Internet Movie Database
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