This is an ironic story about the unpredictability of human existence. The main characters of the film are the two crazy old women driving an original velomobile, the young photographer shooting weddings and funerals, and the sexy girl whom he just met. The old women are thinking about death, the young couple about eternal love. Unfortunately, life may and does take unpredictable turns.
Giedrė Beinoriūtė was born on August 23, 1976. Graduated from The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, Film and TV department with MA in audiovisual arts in 2001. Since 1999 directed and wrote seven fiction and documentary short films and worked as an assistant director with the established Lithuanian filmmakers Šarūnas Bartas ir Arūnas Matelis.
My Lonely Friends / Mano vienišos draugės (1997, short fiction)
Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister / Mama, tėtė, brolis, sesė (1999, short fiction)
City of TrolleyBusses / Troleibusų miestas (2002, short documentary)
Existence / Egzistencija (2003, short fiction)
Vulkanovka. After the Grand Cinema / Vulkanovka. Po Didžiojo kino (2005, short documentary)
Grandpa and Grandma / Gyveno senelis ir bobutė (2007, short documentary-animation)
The Balcony / Balkonas (2008, short fiction)
Conversations on Serious Topics / 7 pokalbiai rimtomis temomis (2012, documentary)
An expert / Specialistė (2012, short documentary)
Breathing Into Marble / Kvėpavimas į marmurą (2018, feature fiction)