25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
A man who finds it difficult to stay in one place for too long. He has moved 16 times over the past seven years, and he is moving now. As he packs his things, he observes his neighbours through the window, filming them so that he won’t forget them. The film thus consists of footage of windows in which people are moving, with the voiceover of a hidden observer.
Young filmmaker Akvilė Žilionytė (1987) originally studied linguistics and literature, and later studied film directing. Her first documentary short, The Daytime Is Not for Me, was shown in Hamburg, Vienna, Tirana, Vilnius, and Riga.
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