An interview with Deimantas Narkevičius, the director of "Twittering Soul 3D", interviewer Edvinas Pukšta.
"The poetic mystery takes the viewer to the late 19th-century summer in South Lithuania, where each grove is bustling with its own fairy-tale-like microcosm. The director playfully utilizes historical facts and folklore, tying them together with the bow of the stereoscopic illusion, used for the first time in a Lithuanian feature film. Political and technological changes are already looming over the masses, and there's a sense of the end of the world in the air…
Lithuanian director Deimantas Narkevičius has been consistently active over the years as both a filmmaker and a sculptor. His films make use of intricate memory techniques and depict contemporary society grappling with the painful processes of history.
The film is screened in 3D stereoscopic form which is peculiar to director Narkevičius. “I thought the stereoscopic image breaks flatness and the 3D image brings sensation,” says Narkevičius. “To film in 3D is a very anachronistic way of filming because filming with two cameras creates a lot of restrictions,” he added.
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