Two young women police officers talk about their work in the Vilnius public police. As it is a tough job it requires hard physical and psychological training. The police officers speak sensitively about their work experience: telling that there are not enough shooting lessons, and their gender and relative youth can sometimes hinder their work.
The police officers’ story is accompanied by images of a suckling bitch frantically running around, and an abandoned shooting-range. The visual material is reflective of the police officers’ situation. The final scene of the shooting-range reminds us of an empty theatre stage, where the performance of life has been played-out, and alludes to the female police officers’ dejected moods – ant the fatigue and sadness that sometimes remains with them after a hard working day. —inciuraite.lt
Kristina Inčiūraitė (g. 1974) lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. She graduated from the Department of Art at Šiauliai Universtiy in 1999 and works in a variety of media including video, photography, graphic art, installations, objects and sound projects. —15th Vilnius International Film Festival