Uncertain geographies tells the story of a landscape that is stored somewhere in the sediments of memory. Two actors are trying to materialize its exact character both verbally and visually, although the landscape they are trying to recapture is in impassable terrain. For the visual part, they use the available technology of digital geo-mapping to explore or (re-)appropriate the geographies of Donbass and Crimea. The film is related to artistic questions about forms of appropriation and withdrawal and expresses a virtual desire to free a landscape from the impact of any determinant or sovereignty. A dance fragment that refers to Le Sacrifice of The Rite of Spring (Igor Stravinsky) breaks with the linguistic part of the film and places the sacrificial dance together with the digital storage space of all memories, in which both dying and remembering become problematic.