Three Days (1992 film)

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Three Days
Directed by Šarūnas Bartas
Produced byAudrius Kuprevičius
Written byŠarūnas Bartas
Music byŠarūnas Bartas
CinematographyVladas Naudžius
Edited byMingilié Murmulaitiné
Release date
  • 15 November 1991 (1991-11-15)(Cinema Giovani)
  • 15 February 1992 (1992-02-15)(Berlin)
Running time
75 minutes

Three Days (Lithuanian : Trys dienos) is a 1991 Lithuanian drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It is set in Kaliningrad and tells the story of four young people, two Lithuanian boys and two Russian girls, who due to misery and self-absorbation are uncapable of anything other than physical connection.


The film was shown in the Forum section of the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival, where it received two awards. [1] It was nominated for Best Young European Film at the 5th European Film Awards. [2]


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  1. "Trys dienos". Berlin International Film Festival . Retrieved 10 May 2015.
  2. "1992: The Nominations". European Film Academy . Retrieved 10 May 2015.

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