Prisimink tai,

nepakenčiamas ateiste!


The motorway has been shut. Mobile fences dissect the landscape. Helicopters keep abreast of the situation above maize fields and freshly ploughed farmland. Rows of portable toilets line the edge of the forest. Police stand in front. Down on the red carpet, the minister president and her husband are being assisted with their rehearsal in front of a gangway which leads into nothingness, while the motorcade rehearses the VIPs’ journey through the closed-off city. Helicopters 1-6 are ready. What is happening? What are they waiting for?



Berlin Film Festival – selected for Forum programme; selected for Linz International Film Festival Crossing Europe.

Thomas Heise

Thomas Heise was born in 1955 in what was then East Berlin. From 1978 to 1983, Heise studied at the Film and Television Academy in Babelsberg. Since 1983, he has been a freelance writer and director of theatre, radio plays, and documentary films. Since 2007, Heise has been a film professor at the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe.