The Sun Shines in Kiev develops the biography of Vladimir Shevchenko, an Ukrainian filmmaker, starting from the moment he decided to film the nuclear power plant’s accident in Chernobyl in 1986. Part of the information, collected through interviews, on the life of Vladimir Shevchenko, contradicts each other. Since the Chernobyl disaster the official information has been modified in relation to the interests of the various governments. The artist uses these contradictions in the reconstruction of the biography to show how history shaped the individual memories. In The Sun Shines in Kiev most of the footage in question is missing. The music has been specially made by the artist together with the electronic musician FRAME from sounds recorded by V. Shevchenko at the nuclear power plant in 1986.