A present day ensemble film. Five stories and many more lives that are affected, they flow by each other and sometimes intersect. In one way or other it’s about emotional scars that each of us carries around. Events take place in a space of a few days as the heroes try to cope with their past and move on with their lives.
CAST & CREW
Gatis Upmalis, Enda Lehtmets, Ivan Kolb
Mihkel Ulman, Peeter Simim
Director of Photography
Aleksandr Kholodtsov, Mare Raidma
Mart Otsa, Harmo Kallaste, Vladimir Sukhadulov
Olga Reshetnikova, Armands Zvirvulis
Lembit Ulfsak, Juhan Ulfsak, Lenna Kuurmaa, Igor Sigov, Svetalana Zelenkovskaya, Boris Polunin, Valerija Arlanova
Lege Artis Film, Belarusfilm, Studio F.O.R.M.A.
Peeter Simm is a seasoned professional with a knack of involving audience. One of his early films Arabella – Pirate’s Daughter got a staggering 9,2 million cinema admissions in the former Soviet Union. Simm is graduate cum claude from Director’s course at Moscow Film Institute (VGIK) 1976, studied under the supervision of professor A. Stolper. He’s made 11 feature films and 12 documentaries, he’s also directed theatre.
Tattoo (1977), Ideal Landscape (1980), Arabella – Pirate’s Daughter (1982), Puud olid…/There Were the Trees (1984), The Man Who Wasn’t There (1989), Roller-Coaster (1994), Good Hands (2001), Fed Up! (2006), Georg (2007), Lonely Island (2012).