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SEVEN INVISIBLE MEN

by Sharunas Bartas

synopsis

The story is set in the south of the ex-USSR, in Crimea. The characters are outcasts. Their hostility to society makes them want to flee both the law and themselves.
Their flight becomes a journey that leads to an inevitable clash with the world, which they can neither change nor rebuild as they see fit.

international title: Seven Invisible Men
original title: Septyni Nematomi Zmones
country: Lithuania, France, Portugal, Netherlands
sales agent: Gémini Films
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Sharunas Bartas
film run: 119'
release date: FR 14/12/2005, NL 14/12/2006
screenplay: Sharunas Bartas
cast: Denis Kirilov, Rita Klein, Igor Cygankov, Aleksandr Esaulov, Saakanush Vanyan, Dmitri Podnozov, Julija Jurchenko
cinematography by: Sharunas Bartas
film editing: Niels Dekker
art director: Elena Pozdniakova, Sigitas Motoras, Denis Bauer
producer: Paulo Branco
production: Kinema Studio, Gémini Films, Madragoa Filmes, Roarings Films
distributor: Gémini Films
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