Petra

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Petra mano, kad aš esu jos tėvas.

Petra doesn’t know who her father is. After the death of her mother, she embarks on a search that
leads her to Jaume, a famous artist and a powerful man. At his house Petra also meets Jaume’s son,
Lucas, as well as Marisa, his mother and Jaume’s wife. That is when the story of these characters
begins to intertwine in a spiral of family secrets and violence that drives them all to the edge.

Festivals: 

Cannes Film Festival – Directors’ Fortnight

Jaime Rosales

Jaime Rosales graduated in Business Studies before gaining a grant to study film abroad. In 2003, he
filmed "The Hours of the Day", his first full-length film which received most awards, including the
FIPRESCI Prize during the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs del Festival de Cannes. In 2007, "Solitary
Fragments"; was awarded three Goya Prizes. "Bullet in the Head" (2008) was presented at the San
Sebastian International Film Festival where it received the FRIPESCI Prize.