Starting from the September 21st at the Citadele Cinema, a collection of the best films from the kinofestival Lielais Kristaps 2012 by latvian directors will be available for viewing. 6 Tricks includes films, such as Window by Una Rozenbauma, Audition by Dāvis Kaņepe, Signs of Light from Ilze Kunga-Melngaile, The Personality Shop from Pauls Ķesteris, Guten Morgen and the Third Eye from Elīna Eihmane, and the awarded film of the festival, Film from Ivo Briedis and Māra Ķimele. Window covers the mystical and strange occurences of a single day on a country estate in the beginning of the 20th century. Audition is a story about a recent conservatory graduate, the violinist Giacomo, who endures exam at the hands of a curious jury of imigrants. The melodramatic and ironic tone of Ilze Kunga-Melngaile's Signs of Light portrays the meeting of two people with a stoplight in the leading role. In The Personality Shop from Pauls Ķesteris, the heroine Ida purchases a new personality to save her failing marriage. The tragicomic Gutenmorgen and the Third Eye features a man trying to improve his vision by going on a psychedelic journey to sharpen the faculties of his third eye. The final film of the collection is the experimental Film from Ivo Briedis and Māra Ķimele: three young men leave for a desolate country house to film a movie in a week to become famous.
Cast: Anete Saulīte, Ģirts Liuziniks, Maija Apine, Gundars Āboliņš, Artūrs Krūzkops, Aigars Apinis, Armands Berģis, Varis Klausītājs, Juris Laviņš, Karīna Elcere, Viesturs Dreimanis, Toms Rozenbaums, Zane Puriņa, Andrea Libero Cito, Franchino De Franco, Lidia Libermann, Chiara Paoli, Marysia Kay, Chris Butler, Nick Ewans, Egons Dombrovskis, Sandra Zvīgule, Ivo Briedis, Kaspars Znotiņš, Ģirts Krūmiņš, Andris Keišs, Elita Kļaviņa, Dāvis Žilde, Toms Auniņš, Normunds Griestiņš, Pēteris Nebars
Directed by: Una Rozenbauma, Dāvis Kaņepe, Ilze Kunga-Melgaile, Pauls Ķesteris Elīna Eihmane, Ivo Briedis, Māra Ķimele
Movie in Latvian, Russian, English, Italian languages with subtitles in Latvian.
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