The story of the generation who lived through the entire Soviet period is told through the main character: his childhood spent in a village, true friendship, work in Soviet Klaipeda, thrilling eroticism, and a final, fatal love. –IMDb
Gytis Lukšas (g. 1946) graduated from VGIK (Russian Institute of Cinematography, Moscow) in 1971. He is the president of the Lithuanian Film-makers’ Union and a member of the Council of the Association of Lithuanian Artists. —15th Vilnius International Film Festival
in some cases, not understandig the language of a film can make the experience incomplete, unfairly aborted or diminished. in other cases, understanding shows gaps in acting and diction, your eyes are free to ramble unrestrained on image's widespread plains, with the tumult of waterfall. you hear and see, instead of furtively spying, with eyes fixed on subtitles, tapping the movie with your peripheral vision.