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Audrius Stonys

1995, LT, 20’, M12

Audrius Stonys Focus 2019

26 Nov 2019 · TM Rivoli, Pequeno Auditório · 16H30

In an isolated village of the Lithuanian countryside, an old woman faces the camera and recites a poem. Later, she will scale a vertiginous ladder up to the roof of a church, like this man who is slowly climbing up a factory chimney. The starting point of Audrius Stonys’ second short film is again a series of questions that he summarised as follows: “what is the world like when you look at it from the roof of a church? What holds these men, suspended between heaven and earth?” And as is often the case with Stonys, there are no definitive answers: film is only a perceptive instrument, a modest tool to attempt to contemplate reality from another point of view.

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