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Adam's first wife Lilith is mentioned in ancient Oriental legends, in Talmud and in the medieval books of Cabala. According to these sources, she was not created from Adam's rib like Eve but... See more »

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Olga Shepitskaya ...
Nyda / Franz's Wife
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Franz's Mistress
Girts Kesteris ...
Oleg
Janis Reinis ...
Vet
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Man in the Tram #1
Peteris Liepins ...
Man in the Tram #2
Vigo Roga
Regnars Vaivars ...
Paul d'Ervi
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Franz
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Arab woman in the desert
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Ari Brilskiy (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
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Theophilius
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Borgraph
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Ivola
Anna Azarova ...
Leila
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Girl in Cafe
Tatyana Lyutaeva ...
Paul's Mother / Adult Gypsy Lola
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vadim Amirhanov ...
Borgraph's Servant
Maija Apine ...
Woman with Feather
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Safrak's Maid
Artem Barabash ...
Boy
Olga Belinskaya ...
Governess
Indra Burkovska ...
Homeless Woman in the Tram
Vaida Butyte ...
Sophia
Natalia Chalaya ...
Anni le Mancelle
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Captain
Fedor Chernin ...
Teenage Ari Brilsky
Natalya Fisson ...
Paul's Aunt (as Natalia Fisson)
Bela Ko ...
Chinese Favourite (as Bella Ko)
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Paul's Father (as Liubomiras Lauciavicius)
Nikita Leitland ...
Teenage Paul D'Ervi (as Nikita Leytland)
Yekaterina Migitsko ...
Sophia's Maid
Agnetta Oyevole ...
Da
Victoria Salchak ...
Ny
Anastasia Stepanova ...
Young Gypsy Girl Lola (as Anastasia Kazancreeva-Stepanova)
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Safrak
Igor Vinnichenko ...
Dr. Daud
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Franz's Daughter

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Evgeniy Pashkevich

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Anatole France ... (novel)
 
Evgeniy Pashkevich ... (screenplay)

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Antra Cilinska ... executive producer
Natalya Ivanova ... co-producer
Maria Ksinopulo ... executive producer
Kristians Luhaers ... executive producer
Evgeniy Pashkevich ... producer

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Pavel Karmanov

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Gints Berzins
Valeriy Martinov

Film Editing by

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Evgeniy Pashkevich

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Timofey Goloborodko ... digital intermediate colorist: Cinelex
Yana Kulikova ... post-production coordinator: Cinelex
Evgeniy Ryzhonkov ... digital conformist: Cinelex

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Jurgis Karsons
Pavel Parkhomenko

Costume Design by

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Natalya Zamakhina

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Dzintra Bijubene ... makeup artist
Tamara Frid ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Elina Zazerska ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Annija Tetere ... second assistant director
Roberts Vinovskis ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Laura Dislere ... property master

Sound Department

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Anrijs Krenbergs ... sound

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Aleksey Chelomov ... visual effects artist: Cinelex
Normund Latsis ... title designer: Cinelex
Mikhail Sergeev ... visual effects artist: Cinelex

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Sigurds Brikmanis ... electrician
Andris Gilucs ... lighting technician
Dainis Silins ... gaffer (part one)
Gederts Silins ... best boy (part one)

Other crew

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Aija Dreimane ... script supervisor
Simon Holmberg ... legal assistance

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Alexander Hahn ... thanks

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  • Cinelex (post-production facilities)

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Plot Summary

Adam's first wife Lilith is mentioned in ancient Oriental legends, in Talmud and in the medieval books of Cabala. According to these sources, she was not created from Adam's rib like Eve but from clay like he himself. Nevertheless Lilith was not recognized by Adam as his equal and left him after a quarrel heading for Babylon where pre-Adamians lived. She has no soul, and she is immortal. Lilith assumes different names, can change her appearance, and takes possession of men against their will. Once it's accomplished, she leaves her victims forever, marking them for either spiritual, or physical death. Whatever she does it is neither Good nor Evil. She is made of an altogether different matter. The story consists of three interrelated stories: "Escape" (1664, Hanseatic League); "Loss" (1883, Russian Empire/France); "Aberration Feelings" (1990, Latvia). Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Golfa straume zem ledus kalna (Latvia)
  • Гольфстрим под айсбергом (Russia)
  • Temptress (United States)
  • Gulf Stream Under the Iceberg (World-wide, English title)
  • Lilith - Ewige Verführung (Germany)
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  • 125 min
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Budget EUR2,300,000 (estimated)

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Trivia The official submission of Latvia to the Best Foreign Language Film of the 85th Academy Awards 2013. See more »

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