by Mantas Kvedaravicius
A man repairs his fishing net and goes out to the bridge. Two trams run into each other – nobody is hurt and cables are fixed the same day. A small concert is given for factory workers and the sincere performance of a violinist makes them cry. Bombs fall into the sea, no one notices.
Everyday life is defined by bomb threats in Mariupol, a city in the Ukraine, situated to the east of the Crimea and once populated by Greeks. It is a visually powerful homage to a city in crisis, dedicated to its poets and shoemakers.
Lithuania/Germany/France/Ukraine / 90 min.
HD – Color –
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|Producer:||Uljana Kim, Mantas Kvedaravicius|
|Co-Producer:||Thanassis Karathanos, Nadia Turincev, Anna Palenchuk, Julie Gayet|
|Production:||Studio Uljana Kim, Extimacy Films|
|in Coproduction with:||Twenty Twenty Vision, Rouge International, 435 Films|
|with the support of:||Lithuanian Film Centre|
|Lithuanian National Radio and Television|
|Director of Photography:||Mantas Kvedaravicius, Vadim Ilkov, Slava Tsvetkov|
|Art Director:||Jurij Grigorovic|