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SAMUEL'S TRAVELS

by Aik Karapetian

synopsis

Lost in remotest part of Eastern Europe, on the edges of a mythical forest, Sam, is a foreigner, far from home, searching for his biological father Lagzdins. When a minor road accident leads to a chance meeting with a pig-farmer’s daughter – Kirke, Sam’s priorities must change if he wants to survive. Her kind hospitality is a smoke screen to capturing him and making him a slave on the farm. Alone, unable to speak the language and chained up 24/7 with the pigs, he learns to adapt and starts gaining the confidence that might lead to freedom and true love.

international title: Samuel's Travels
original title: Sema Celojumi
country: Latvia, Belgium
sales agent: LevelK
year: 2021
genre: fiction
directed by: Aik Karapetian
film run: 85'
screenplay: Aik Karapetian, Aleksandr Rodionov
cast: Kevin Janssens, Laura Siliņa, Aigars Vilims, Normunds Griestiņš, Juris Bartkevičs, Guntis Pilsums
cinematography by: Jurgis Kmins
film editing: Paula Popmane
producer: Gints Grube
executive producer: Ilze Krūmiņliepa
production: Mistrus Media
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