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Genre: Drama
Synopsis

An ambitious young research psychologist, Indre (Indre Patkauskaite), who has reluctantly agreed to transport two patients from one psychiatric unit to another in exchange for research privileges at her clinic, finds herself the leader of a rather rag-tag band on the long journey to the sea.

Outgoing Paulius (Paulius Markevicius) is a young man whose manic stage of his bipolar disorder stands in great contrast to the introvert Juste (Gelmine Glemzaite) whose wounds are hidden from sight, but they both struggle to fight the inner battles that define them. As they all navigate the survival process together, what looks like a carefree summer ride with friends sharing laughs from the outside, could actually be the beginning of healing in this bittersweet story that – just like summer – is full of hopes, surprises and the promise that anything is possible.

Director
Marija Kavtaradze

studied film directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. She has directed the short films “Youngblood” (2013), “Normal People Don’t Explode Themselves” (2013) and “Igloo” (2015). “Summer Survivors” is her debut feature.

Filmography
  • Vasara (Summer Survivors, 2018)
Mon, 26.11.2018
6:30 pm
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 8
110606
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 110606
Movie guests
Director Marija Kavtaradze
Tue, 27.11.2018
5:00 pm
Tallinn, 
Kino Artis
Hall 1
121406
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 121406
Screenings with guests might end later than expected.
Film info
Country: Lithuania
Year: 2018
Duration: 91 minutes
Language: Lithuanian
Director: Marija Kavtaradze
Producer: Marija Razgute
Writer: Marija Kavtaradze
DOPs: Laurynas Bareiša, Vytautas Katkus
Montage: Domas Petronis
Composer: Domas Strupinskas
Cast: Indré Patkauskaité,Paulius Markevicius,Gelminé Glemžaité
Productions: M-Films, Afterschool
Festivals: Toronto, Athens
Synopsis

An ambitious young research psychologist, Indre (Indre Patkauskaite), who has reluctantly agreed to transport two patients from one psychiatric unit to another in exchange for research privileges at her clinic, finds herself the leader of a rather rag-tag band on the long journey to the sea.

Outgoing Paulius (Paulius Markevicius) is a young man whose manic stage of his bipolar disorder stands in great contrast to the introvert Juste (Gelmine Glemzaite) whose wounds are hidden from sight, but they both struggle to fight the inner battles that define them. As they all navigate the survival process together, what looks like a carefree summer ride with friends sharing laughs from the outside, could actually be the beginning of healing in this bittersweet story that – just like summer – is full of hopes, surprises and the promise that anything is possible.

Director
Marija Kavtaradze

studied film directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. She has directed the short films “Youngblood” (2013), “Normal People Don’t Explode Themselves” (2013) and “Igloo” (2015). “Summer Survivors” is her debut feature.

Filmography
  • Vasara (Summer Survivors, 2018)