A couple decides to put down their old dog and starts arguing. When and in what circumstances one becomes a master of anothers’ life? Which methods of killing are acceptable and which are not? When a life becomes an item? A paradox of humane act of killing.
Domas Petronis – director and producer Domas Petronis graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre with a BA in Film Directing. Currently, he is working as a film director and editor. His short films “Sobaka” and “The Roots Are Bitter” were nominated for the Best Student Film in 2016 and 2017 at the National Silver Crane Film Awards. In 2017 Domas was also nominated for Best Editing with the feature film “You Can’t Escape Lithuania” (dir. Romas Zabarauskas). Domas’ short films have been screened at various film festivals worldwide, such as Lübeck Nordic Film Days, Sleepwalkers, FILMETS Badalona, Go Short, Vilnius International Film Festival, Vilnius International Short Film Festival, Scanorama, Short Riga, Amandus – Lillehammer International Student Film Festival, ZubrOFFka, and others.