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March, March! Tra-ta-ta!

November 3 at 4:30 p.m.
West Building Lecture Hall

Released in 1965 by the Lithuanian Film Studio, March, March! Tra-ta-ta! —the first Lithuanian film in color—was a bitter politicalsatire that the audience of the day probably did not recognize as such. Grigory Kanovich and Ilja Rud-Gercovskis co-wrote the screenplay about a delicate personal situation that provokes an absurd accident with a border guard, which, in turn, becomes the pretext for another war between the two bogus neighboring enemy countries, Centia and Groshia. (Raimondas Vabalas, 1965, subtitles, 78 minutes)

courtesy Lithuanian Film Studio

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