When her homeless father suddenly dies, high-flying artistic director Eglė begins to hear voices that prophesy his violent return. Fearing for her life, Eglė solicits the help of an actress friend, and through role-play and ritual, they are drawn deeper and deeper into the torments of Eglė’s past.
Lithuanian born Elvina Nevardauskaitė is a graduate of the Film programme at Middlesex University in London, she specializes in cinematography and directing. Elvina and David Heinemann work as a creative duo, co-directing fiction films and documentaries. In 2015 they founded “Broken Island Films”, a production company with branches in London and Vilnius. Their first film together, the documentary “Remember, Thou Art Clay”, premiered at the London Short Film Festival, was also screened at the Vilnius International Film Festival and DocAviv. Same year they pitched documentary film “Voices Apart” at Karlovy Vary Film festival.