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DIR: Audrius Stonys
2004 / Lithuania / 45 min

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A man is dying in hospital. He is just a body working its way towards death, and no own knows what kind of life is lies behind it. Augustinas Baltrušaitis was a prominent figure in Lithuanian theatre and film who worked on five feature films and worked with the Russian film director Grigory Kozincev in the St.Petersburg studios.Audrius Stonys meets Baltrusaitis at the end of his life, when he is a recluse, no longer communicating with anyone, and in his documentary he slowly counts down the events that lead to sink into a state of forgetting. The individual chapters in the film - the port, home, memories - are shaped by their mood, and, often unaccompanied by words, are comprised of events from life arranged in a contemplative mosaic.

About

Director Audrius Stonys
Screenplay Stonys Audrius
Dir. of Photography Vladas Naudzius
Editing Gintas Smilga
Music
Sound
Duration 45 min
Year 2004
Country Lithuania
Colour
Tags film, memory, portrait, theatre
Production Audrius Stonys
Audrius Stonys
Country:  Lithuania
Web:  www.stonys.lt
E-mail:  
Phone:  Tel +370 68678415
Fax:  Fax +370 5 2700247

Distribution PI Studija 2
PI Studija 2
Address:  Nemencines pl.4
City:  LT-10102 Vilnius
Country:  Lithuania
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