1991 /

Three Days

76 min.  –  Feature film  –  76 min., color, 35mm  –  1991 ,   Studija “Kinema”
Director : Šarūnas Bartas
Screenplay : Šarūnas Bartas
Cinematographer : Vladas Naudžius
Sound director : Romualdas Fedaravičius
Costume designer : Daiva Petrulytė
Editing director : Mingailė Murmulaitienė
Cast : Audrius Stonys, Rima Latypova, Arūnas Sakalauskas, Katerina Golubeva

A gripping study of overwhelming melancholly that stoically avoids any kind of romanticism.

Two friends journey from a village to Kaliningrad, once celebrated as Könisberg, the birthplace of Kant. Wandering through the now desolate city, they pick up two russian girls. They spend three speechless days together, yearning for love; and those days pass by like an entire lifetime.

Festivals: 

1991 - Montreal Int. Film Fest, Festival du Film de Geneve; Festival Internazionale Cinema Giovani (Turin, Italy).

1992 - Oporto Int. Film Fest. ( Portugal) (Grand Prix); Berlin (Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, Special Mention of FIPRESCI); San Fracisko Int. Film Fest; Seattle Film Fest; Int. Film Forum “Arsenals” (Riga); Festival du Film de Dunkerque (Grand Prix).

1993 - Int. Film Fest Bruxelles; Festival du Cinéma Nordique (Rouen, France); Rotterdam Int. Film Fest; Honk Kong Film Fest; Calcutta Int Film Fest; European Film Academy -.Nomination of Felix’92 for the Young European Film Of The  Year.

1996 - Leipzig Film Fest.; Gdansk Film Fest.

1997 - Alpe Adria Cinema (Italy).

Screenings in Paris, Niepokalanow, Lubek, Wienn, etc.