Seneca's Day

About the director: Kristijonas Vildziunas, born in 1970 in Vilnius, Lithuania, before the birth of the film director was the leader of the popular rock group "Northern Direction". He graduated from the Faculty of Film and Theater at the Lithuanian Music Academy and while still studying, in 1995 he issued a short film based on Antanas Ramonas' novel The Days That Are Left. The world premiere of his first feature film "Nuomos The Lease" (2002) took place at the official selection of the Venice International Film Festival. His other feature film, "You am I" (2006) also had a great start, the premier at the official selection of the Cannes Film Festival. His most accomplished feature, feature-length "Seneca's Day" (2016), won the Best Art Direction Awards and Best Individual Achievements at the Lithuanian Film Festival in 2017.

Content: The year was 1989, the last year of the Soviet era in the Baltic. In Lithuania, three adult friends set up Senekin Brotherhood, whose Senecine motto itself says, "Living every day as if it were the last one." Unfortunately, when all the Baltic nations begin to enjoy communion, the frustration of life breaks their community in a brutal way. 25 years later, when the Baltic states pass the post-crisis period of alienation, one of the former members of the Seneca Brotherhood, Simon, realizes that he has broken the ideals of his youth. Simon has become only a passive observer in the game of life and the circumstances in which he is forced to open him to open Pandora's box of his past.

Original title: Seneca päev (2016) Language: Lithuanian, Russian, Estonian Duration: 106 min Country: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia

Producer: Uljana Kim Executive Producer: Galina Kim

Co-Producers: Riina Sildos, Roberts Vinovskis Script: Kristijonas Vildziunas

Editing: Danielius Kokanauskis

Director of Photography: Audrius Kemezys

Director: Kristijonas Vildziunas

Starring: Dainius Gavenonis, Marijus Mažūnas, Elzbieta Latėnaitė, Ina Marija Bartaité