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688 Ratings



Directed by Sharunas Bartas
Lithuania, France, 2017
Drama, War


The film tell the story of Rokas, a young man from Lithuania, who has never experienced war but has grown up in its shadow. Transporting a truck of humanitarian aid from Vilnius to Ukraine, he enters a journey of discovery and sacrifice, crossing borders between countries, between people.

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Frost Directed by Sharunas Bartas

Critics reviews

Frost is film-making as a rather Herzogian adventure into the unknown; a journey into the Ukraine conflict filmed under arduous conditions over a three-month period. Yet, whatever insights and moments of crisis Bartas met with in making the film, Frost hardly manages to convey a sense of either the immediacy or the meaning of events, let alone — despite its contemplative tone — achieve any wider philosophical observations about the condition of war.
May 23, 2017
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Less an odyssey than a snowbound slog, "Frost" is not only severely hobbled by the almost complete absence of drama and characterization, but is also delivered in relentless, claustrophobic, tiresome medium-to-close shots that don't even provide us with enough background information to lend the film a sense of place.
May 24, 2017
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