A little confession

Original language: Lithuanian

A classic of Lithuanian cinema

A stranger to everyone - that's how eighteen-year-old Arūnas feels. Craving for creative freedom, the painter's mother left him with his father, and his relationship with his father is increasingly complicated. Arūnas cannot and does not really want to listen to his memories of the war. School and classmates are just boring. Betrayals and incomprehensible obligations of those around him encourage Arūnas to give up everything and start an independent life. But even his friend Ben's free spirit was powerless against Aaron's own inner fears. Maybe the blonde Rasa will be able to calm down the lost guy.

The film is based on Vytautas Bubnis' short story "Arberonas".

<font style="vertical-align: inherit;"></font> Recommended for students from 5-12 grades.

Areas of education: moral, artistic, civic education, general competences.

Topics for conversation after the movie: Lithuanian cinema, the world of a young man, family relations, friendship, rebellion, self-searching.


Director: Algirds Aramin
Year: 1971
Country: Lietuva
Runtime: 86 min
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