I don't recall that I have ever seen a Lithuanian film prior to this. Well, it was jointly produced with the Britain and an English language film. But most of film sets in the Lithuania, so there are many dialogues in the local and other eastern European languages. The cast was brilliant from both the countries, and an awesomely shot film too. The pace was excellent with a simple story, there are no boring parts.
It totally surprised me. You know this film got a mixed response, so I was not sure about giving it a try. Anyway, I went on, b... read the rest.
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