It’s year 1999, the Millenium is approaching. Three ninthgraders Sarmite, Sveta and Katrina are tired of being bullied and considered to be totally uncool. They decide to change their lives and become the most popular girls in school till the ninth grade prom. Drawing inspiration from movies and TV, friends make a plan - the only solution is to get the class’ coolest guys as their prom dates. However, their absurd and fantasy-inspired plans don’t work and almost destroy a real friendship. Movie in Latvian with subtitles in Russian.
What we don't talk about. A romantic comedy about five loving couples looking for new emotions to make their being together even more harmonious and colorful. Everything is fine for them - love, trust and respect, and there is a desire that is not talked about out loud. Movie in Latvian with subtitles in Lavian and Russian.
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.
Four directors capture the simple, yet quintessential experiences of a single individual in different periods of his life - childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. The four loosely related segments form a single interwoven narrative, with each of the depicted events providing reference points for the others. Cast: Igors Suhoverhovs, Kārlis Spravņiks, Ints Teterovskis, Liubomiras Lauciavicius, Emīlija Leiškalne, Irēna Tjuniņa, Tatjana Jansone-Nazarova, Armands Reinfelds, Ģirts Krūmiņš Directed by Jānis Kalējs, Gatis Šmits, Jānis Putniņš, Anna Viduleja Movie in Latvian.
A motley kaleidoscope of events in the modern city of Riga. Seven protagonists, each with a separate tale of contemporary addictions, all seemingly united under a selfish obsession with feelings. Although life indeed reminds each of these young people (the maniacal photographer of gruesome scenes; the junior architect at the mercy of slot-machines; his recently demobilized younger brother; the alluring owner of the florist's shop; the multi-talented athlete; the ill-fated computer genius; and the dreamy-eyed girl who writes poetry) of the never-ending choice between real and imaginary values.