The bitter life-evaluation of 82-year-old Jewish-Lithuanian writer Jokubas Josade, whose unadjusted way of thinking keeps him lonely and isolated even in post-communist times.
Diana Matuzevičienė studied at the Stepas Žukas Art Polytechnic, attended the drama studio of Juozas Miltinis, studied directing (part time) at the Leningrad State Theatre, Music and Cinematography Institute. She worked at the Lithuanian Film Studio as an assistant director and participated in groups making feature, educational and documentary films with Robertas Verba, Linas Lazėnas, Viktoras Starosas, Henrikas Šablevičius, Raimondas Vabalas, Algirdas Araminas and others. Since 1990 she started making documentary films together with Kornelijus Matuzevičius. —documentary.lt
1971 he graduated from the Moscow National State Cinematography Institute, Camera Operators’ Department. Since 1970 he has been working in the Lithuanian Film Studio as a cameraman for documentary films. He has shot around 70 documentary films. For the films he created together with Henrikas Šablevicius he was awarded the National Prize in 1990. —documentary.lt