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PARTHENON

by Mantas Kvedaravicius

synopsis

In a cheap brothel at the foothills of an Athenian fortress, a man recounts the magnificent events of his life. His search for love and glory is retold and relived by many: a prostitute with an unredeemable past, a gangster haunted by bad luck, an icon painter who has no faith… In one of the stories, the man finds his riches, in another he becomes a vagabond prophet, in yet another he returns home to his wife. Memories betray him, but he knows for sure that in one of these lives, he will be killed.

international title: Parthenon
original title: Partenonas
country: Lithuania, Ukraine, France
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Mantas Kvedaravicius
film run: 119'
screenplay: Mantas Kvedaravicius, Evangelos Koutsourakis
cast: Mehdi Mohammed, Hanna Bilobrova, Garip Ozdem, Rita Burkovska
cinematography by: Mantas Kvedaravicius, Viacheslav Tsvetkov
film editing: Dounia Sichov, Mantas Kvedaravicius
art director: Jurij Grigorovic, Ovidijus Talijūnas
costumes designer: Agnė Rimkutė
producer: Uljana Kim
co-producer: Vitalii Sheremetiev, Natalia Libet, Nadia Turincev, Julie Gayet, Antoun Sehnaoui, Mantas Kvedaravicius
production: Studio Uljana Kim, ESSE Production House, Rouge International, Extimacy Films
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