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Isaac ()

Izaokas (original title)
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Kaunas, Lithuania, 1941, Lithuanian activist Andrius Gluosnis kills a Jew Isaac in Lietukio garage massacre. Years after the incident Gluosnis is haunted by the guilt.

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Aleksas Kazanavicius ...
Andrius Gluosnis
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Elena
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Gediminas Gutauskas
Dainius Kazlauskas ...
Isaac
Martynas Nedzinskas ...
Kazimieras
Ainis Storpirstis ...
Andrius Gluosnis young
Salvijus Trepulis ...
Pranas Kaupas
Eugenijus Jankelaitis ...
Kazimieras' colleague
Arunas Vozbutas ...
Laimonas Budrys
Rytis Saladzius ...
Older Soldier
Mindaugas Ancevicius ...
Activist Militia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrius Alesiunas ...
Journalist
Jonas Baltakis ...
Petty Thief
Kestutis Cicenas ...
Activist Militia
Arvydas Dapsys ...
Man in a bar
Liutauras Degesys ...
Man in a party
Vesta Gabstaite ...
Woman at a group constellation
Kipras Garla ...
Bartender
Airida Gintautaite ...
Woman in a bar
Saulius Gruodis ...
Soldier
Andrius Jevsejevas ...
Man in a party
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KGB Colonel
Aiste Kisarauskaite ...
Woman in a party
Arvydas Kutulskas ...
KGB officer
Valdas Latonas ...
Soldier
Inga Maskarina ...
Woman at a group constellation
Vytautas Matulevicius ...
Man in a party
Agne Matuleviciute ...
Piano player
Darius Meskauskas ...
Actor Ignas
Algimantas Mikutenas ...
Self
Sarunas Puidokas ...
Man in a bar
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Self
Salomeja Rainyte ...
Extra at the after party
Vilma Raubaite ...
Actress
Gediminas Rimeika ...
Activist Militia, actor
Katerina Rutkauskiene ...
Group constellation leader
Artiom Rybakov ...
Man in a party
Brigita Sabaliauskaite ...
Woman at a group constellation
Tadas Slajus ...
Activist Militia
Matuleviciene Svetlana ...
Woman in a party
Kestutis Valacka ...
Activist Militia
Karolis Vilkas ...
Activist Militia
Julius Zalakevicius ...
Actor
Gabrielius Zapalskis ...
Drunk guy in a Party
Sarunas Zenkevicius ...
Drunk guy in a party

Directed by

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Jurgis Matulevicius

Written by

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Jurgis Matulevicius ... () and
Saule Bliuvaite ... () &
Nerijus Milerius ... ()
 
Antanas Skema ... (short story)

Produced by

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Stasys Baltakis ... producer
Martynas Budrys ... assistant producer
Martynas Mickenas ... executive producer
Jurij Novickij ... associate producer
Vladimir Razarionov ... executive producer
Alius Sadeckas ... associate producer
Vitalii Sheremetiev ... co-producer (as Vitaliy Sheremetiev)
Tomas Slimas ... associate producer
Laura Usaite ... line producer

Music by

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Agne Matuleviciute
Domas Strupinskas

Cinematography by

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Narvydas Naujalis

Film Editing by

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Saule Bliuvaite
Jurgis Matulevicius

Editorial Department

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Linas Dabriska ... colorist
Austeja Gaputyte ... post-production coordinator
Darius Silenas ... additional editor
Marius Steponenas ... mastering and deliverables

Casting By

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Aneta Bublyte
Klaudija Matvejevaite
Greta Petrovskyte

Production Design by

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Jonas Anicas
Paulius Anicas
Juste Vazgyte

Art Direction by

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Paulius Anicas

Makeup Department

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Jurgita Berziune ... assistant makeup artist
Juste Butke ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Viktorija Seniut ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Saule Bliuvaite ... assistant director
Austeja Urbaite ... Assistant Directors / third assistant director

Art Department

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Francesco Pierantozzi ... art department

Sound Department

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Kazimieras Cejauskas ... boom operator
Kipras Cesna ... boom operator
Vytautas Kizala ... sound recordist
Wojciech Mielimaka ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer / sound effects editor / sound
Ignas Valotka ... sound recordist

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Artiom Grigorian ... special effects supervisor
Andzejus Seipunas ... special effects technician
Zenonas Seniut ... weapons master
Darius Verbickas ... weapons master

Visual Effects by

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Linas Dabriska ... visual effects
Simonas Korsakas ... visual effects artist
Aleksandras Polevojus ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Grigorij Strelec ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Laura Aliukonyte ... digital imaging technician
Rokas Bugailiskis ... gaffer
Sarunas Klabys ... camera crane grip
Mantas Kvedaravicius ... underwater camera operator
Jonas Balys Paslauskas ... electrician
Sarunas Rudys ... gaffer
Lukas Salna ... digital imaging technician
Ugnius Tuleikis ... assistant camera
Tadas Visakavicius ... camera crane grip
Audrius Zelenius ... steadicam operator

Casting Department

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Klaudija Matvejevaite ... casting

Location Management

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Andrejus Grikenis ... Unit Manager
Julius Karvelis ... location manager
Silvestras Polinauskas ... location manager

Additional Crew

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Martynas Budrys ... 2nd production coordinator
Linas Stanzys ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In 1941, a Lithuanian man kills his neighbor Jew, Isaac, at the Lietukis garage massacre. Twenty five years later in Soviet Lithuania, movie director Gediminas Gutauskas returns from the USA with a screenplay of a film that portrays, in details, the Lietukis garage massacre and describes a particular situation where Isaac, the Jew, is killed. The screenplay is later brought to the attention and investigated by the KGB. Why does a director, who once relocated to the USA, return to Soviet Lithuania? Why is his scenario so unusually historically accurate to the massacre, as though he would have witnessed it himself? Perhaps he knows someone who attended the massacre themselves? The aftermath of the murder returns many years later to cripple life and love. ISAAC is a trip into the past, and its rotting world, based on the neighbor Isaac's rotten murder.

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Also Known As
  • Isaac (World-wide, English title)
  • Isaac (United States)
  • Isaac (United Kingdom)
  • Izaak (Poland)
  • Исаак (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Budget EUR540,000 (estimated)

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