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The story about one man- an artist and an intellectual- who was imprisoned by two brutal regimes, the Nazis and the Soviets. 'The Professor' is a man who lives by his own personal version of... See more »

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Professor
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Commandant Hoppe
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Wacek Kazlowski (as Liubomiras Lauciavicius)
Sarunas Puidokas ...
Tadas
Irmantas Jankaitis ...
Germinski
Darius Miniotas ...
Franc Bloy
Dainius Svobonas ...
Zagorski
Robertas Urbonas ...
Martin Heidel
Rimante Gasparaviciene ...
Japanese prisoner
Marius Jampolskis ...
SS Guard leading the Professor
Diana Aneviciute ...
Professor's wife (as Diana Valiusaitiene Aneviciute)
Migle Grakauskaite ...
Professor's daughter
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Hoppe's wife
Egle Gestauraite ...
Hoppe's Baby
Ugne Gestautaite ...
Hoppe's Baby
Vladas Zalkauskas ...
Bald-headed capo
Liutauras Kasiulaitis ...
Franciszek
Ramunas Simukauskas ...
Klawan
Valdas Misevicius ...
Ukrainian prisoner
Saulius Mykolaitis ...
Officer
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Arno Pliac
Rimantas Pelakauskas ...
Vegetarian prisoner
Rolandas Boravskis ...
Monschtet
Einaras Jokubauskas ...
Prisoner clerk
Regina Arbaciauskaite ...
Frau Belenke (as Regina Arbaciauskaite Flick)
Rytis Saladzius ...
Fugitive with galoshes
Vytautas Kontrimas ...
Photographer
Arunas Smailys ...
Rainer Kliauge
Henrikas Savickas ...
Interrogator
Ridas Jasiulionis ...
German civilian
Modestas Pavydes
Aldona Dausiene
Irena Zitkute ...
(as Irene Zitkute)
Danite Keturakyte
Egidjius Bakas
Mindaugas Lungis
Vitalis Gruodis
Kristupas Kavaliauskas
Jurga Ragutskaite
Evaldas Darulis
Toma Razmislavciute
Donatas Svirenas
Juru Sciuku
Dmitri Denisiuk
Vytautas Vysniauskas
Almira Gribauskaite ...
(as Almyra Grybauskaite)
Vaidotas Martinaitis
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Tomas Zaibus ...
Prisoner-supervisor
Dmitrijus Denisiukas ...
Red army officer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Algimantas Puipa

Written by

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Balys Sruoga ... (novel)
 
Algimantas Puipa ... ()
 
Ricardas Gavelis ... ()

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Jonathan Rae ... executive producer
Karl Richards ... co-producer
Ashley Sidaway ... executive producer
Robert Sidaway ... executive producer
Robertas Urbonas ... producer

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Kipras Masanauskas

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Algimantas Mikutenas ... (as A. Mikutenas)

Film Editing by

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John Grover

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Shaheen Sidhwa ... post-production coordinator
Kane Williams ... first assistant editor
Mark Wright ... negative cutter

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Galius Klicius

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Virginija Stakeniene

Production Management

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Roma Gailiuviene ... production manager
Kristijonas Puipa ... assistant production manager

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Rimantas Gailius ... property master
Rimantas Leiga ... construction coordinator
Oskaras Simovicius ... assistant property master

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Sandy Buchanan ... foley mixer
Romualdas Fedaravicius ... supervising sound editor
Jonas Maksvytis ... re-recording mixer
Vytautas Zekonis ... sound recordist

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Feliksas Abrukauskas ... second assistant camera
Algimantas Babravicius ... still photographer (as Algis Babravicius)
Rolandas Joneliukstis ... first assistant camera
Arvydas Norkeliunas ... best boy
Vytautas Survila ... second cinematographer

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Peter Bevan ... casting: UK

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Eglé Navickaité ... set costumer

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Arturas Pugaciauskas ... score mixer

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Angela Jackson ... production legal services

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Plot Summary

The story about one man- an artist and an intellectual- who was imprisoned by two brutal regimes, the Nazis and the Soviets. 'The Professor' is a man who lives by his own personal version of the Ten Commandments. After miraculously surviving imprisonment in a Nazi concentration camp through a bit of ironic fate, he writes a memoir of his life, which becomes the target of the Soviet censors. The so-called "freedom" of Communism becomes just as oppressive as the German concentration camp. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Forest of the Gods (World-wide, English title)
  • Forest of the Gods (Spain)
  • To dasos ton theon (Greece)
  • Лес богов (Russia)
  • Las bogów (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 120 min
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Budget EUR1,700,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend Lithuania LTL57,530, 23 Sep 2005

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