Requiem for the Dead Forest (2014)

Requiem for the Dead Forest is a film-metaphor. It is about becoming a victim of our own actions, a sense of guilt, responsibility for each other and the environment surrounding us.

Director:

Vidas Rasinskas

Writer:

Vidas Rasinskas
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Dalia Klimaite-Stolpner Dalia Klimaite-Stolpner ... White Woman
Keneesh-Brenda Pierre Keneesh-Brenda Pierre ... American Indian Woman
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Requiem For The Dead Forest is a film-metaphor representing art-house auteur cinema. The film is about people becoming victims of their own actions, a sense of guilt, responsibility for each other and the environment surrounding them. The protagonists of the film are two women representing their own cultural origins in North American setting. By invoking a unique artistic language the story tells about their past, present and future. The American Indian Woman is seeking for the answers to her enduring and disturbing questions by following step-by-step the White Woman who does not understand the reason she is being chased ... until she discovers a new way of looking at things. Written by Aleksandr Pykhalov

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Short | Drama

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Official Sites:

Pacific Time Films [Canada]

Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 2014 (Canada) See more »

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