The film tells the story of four girls who spend their summer holidays in the countryside. The year is 1989 and the TV news is reporting a state of emergency in Latvia. The girls, who have been left with no adult supervision, prepare for war.
Script author and director - Madara Dišlere, cinematographer - Gints Bērzinš, artist - Aivars Žukovskis, editor - Heike Parplies, producers - Aija Bērziņa, Alise Ģelze.
Acots: Magda Lote Auziņa (Paula), Marta Ģertrūde Auzāne (Maija), Līva Ločmele (Laurēns), Evelīna Ozola (Linda), Inga Apine, Gatis Gāga, Kaspars Gods, Ivars Krasts, Gun Zariņa.
The creative production team TASSE FILM focuses on supporting new talent. It was founded in February 2011 by two energetic producers Aija Bērziņa and Alise Ģelze. They have previously gained experience in other companies producing successful and globally award-winning feature films and documentaries. They have also gained experience in the production of international projects. In February 2016 the first fiction feature film produced by TASSE FILM, director's Renārs Vimba debut Es esmu šeit (Mellow Mud), celebrated its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival in the Generation 14plus competition and won the main award, a Crystal Bear.
Created and done by: Tasse Film / Bastei Media (Germany) / National Film Centre of Latvia
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