The story of the film is told through tales that are based around the myths, legends and old beliefs that are part of the Finnish mythology. There are two narrative voices in the story, one male and one female. The female voice also the first-person narrator, who is the main character of the story, is the daughter of Ahti and Vellamo, the god and goddess of the sea. She is Ahitar, the maiden of water. This sea maiden is a spirit born in a spring who has her own tale in the Finnish mythology. (This narrator is personified in the story, and she is not to be confused with the mermaids, characters commonly found in many stories and fairy tales.) There are five acts in the story, and the different times of year follow the different acts. The speak text recounts the history of the Finnish lakes spanning over thousands of years, and introduces its animals, sights and miracles.
The Diary of Diana B. Dnevnik Diane Budisavljević
Tuesday, 18. 02. 2020 / 15:00 / Main Hall
Long kept a secret, this story about a woman who saved thousands of children from an Ustashe camp in the Second World War talks about the best people in the worst of times. This was the big winner of the Pula Film Festival, awarded by the audience with a standing ovation.
Tuesday, 18. 02. 2020 / 17:00 / Main Hall
A forest at night. Three libertines, expelled from the puritan court of Louis XVI, run into the legendary German seducer and freethinker, the Duke of Walchen. Their mission is to export libertinage, a philosophy based on rejecting all moral restraints and authorities but above all, to find a safe place to indulge in their misguided games.