An interview with Aik Karapetian, the director of "The Brazen", interviewer Edvinas Pukšta.
"Slowly escalating tension in a creepy drama about a family: a dreamy mother, a rational father, a misguided son and a six-year-old daughter, living amidst white lies. Moving to an isolated forest mansion deepens the family's distrust, jealousy, and disloyalty. Vengeful hallucinations miscalculated blackmail, and self-punishment lead to extremes as they must confront not only the terrifying insects inhabiting the house but also each other.
Armenian-Latvian director Aik Karapetian is also staging classics at the Latvian National Opera, in addition to making films. His works often delve into the realms of psychological thriller and dark comedy, impressing watchers with his visual style. The award-winning director has appeared at BNFF before.
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