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Man-Horse  //  Žmogus arklys (Orig.)

DIR: Audrius Mickevičius
2008 / Lithuania / 52 min

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“Man-Horse” is a film about an old farmer, Jonas, and his horse. It is an intimate story about the existential relationship between human and animal; it is about solitude and the daily effort to survive. The film's director and Jonas Šalomskas are neighbours in the village of Užuguostis. They have known each other for two decades.

About

Director Audrius Mickevičius
Screenplay Audrius Mickevičius
Dir. of Photography Audrius Mickevičius, Audrius Kemežys, Simonas Glinskis
Editing
Music
Sound
Duration 52 min
Year 2008
Country Lithuania
Colour Colour
Tags animals, nature, observational, portrait, private, rural society
Production Studio Nominum
Studio Nominum
Address:  Nemencines pl. 4-210
City:  2016 Vilnius
Country:  Lithuania
Web:  www.nominum.lt
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Phone:  +370 5 2373153
Fax:  +370 5 2373153

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