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A nearly-suicidal, young woman visits a psychotherapist. She is in love with a priest, and the diagnosis of her husband's mental illness leaves no hope. The psychotherapist, in her attempts... See more »

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Rasa Samuolyte ...
Vika
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Aleksas Kazanavicius ...
Paulius
Nele Savicenko ...
Rita
Remigijus Sabulis ...
Leo (as Remigius Sabulis)
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Rolandas Boravskis ...
Doctor
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Adomas Stancikas ...
Prowler
Toma Vaskeviciute ...
Daughter

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Algimantas Puipa

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Jurga Ivanauskaite ... ()
 
Algimantas Puipa ... ()

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Zivile Gallego ... co-producer (as Zivile Januskaite)
Uljana Kim ... producer
Ramunas Skikas ... co-producer

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Juozas Sirvinskas

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Algimantas Mikutenas

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Danielius Kokanauskis

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Donatas Simukauskas

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Kristijonas Puipa ... production manager

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Daiva Bilinskiene ... first assistant director
Rimante Puipiene ... assistant director

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Jonas Maksvytis ... re-recording mixer

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Feliksas Abrukauskas ... camera operator
Vytautas Kizala ... camera crane remote head operator
Vidmantas Kralikauskas ... gaffer
Rokas Rudzionis ... key grip

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Plot Summary

A nearly-suicidal, young woman visits a psychotherapist. She is in love with a priest, and the diagnosis of her husband's mental illness leaves no hope. The psychotherapist, in her attempts to resolve the amassed difficulties, seemingly begins to duplicate the life stages and behavioral patterns of her patient. A script for this film is based on motifs from the best-seller, scandalous novel, Witch and Rain, by female author, Jurga Ivanauskaite. By choosing a priest as the main role for a love story, the author broke an existing societal taboo. Faith, Love and Hope form the trilogy by the authors of this screenplay. Love stands as the grandest of the three. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Whisper of Sin (World-wide, English title)
  • Szept grzechu (Poland)
  • A bűn suttogása (Hungary)
  • Заклинание греха (Russia)
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  • 98 min
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