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  • The Cabinet (II)
  • 61 min | Documentary
The Cabinet (II)
61 min | Documentary

In Lithuania, two investigative journalists work segregated from others in an isolated office as if in a cabinet. This cabinet is the main location in the film. It seems that they are in the cabinet, like they are closed, separated from ...See moreIn Lithuania, two investigative journalists work segregated from others in an isolated office as if in a cabinet. This cabinet is the main location in the film. It seems that they are in the cabinet, like they are closed, separated from others, even from the other journalists. Their research examines corruption of politicians, suspicious ties between the Prime Minister and businessmen, they fight for media freedom, which authorities are trying little by little to consistently restrict. It's not a film about one specific journalistic research, this film presents monotonous and nervous atmosphere in this cabinet and the question what is truth is also very important. It's a slow and minimalist film. The boundaries between truth and falsehood begin to rub. Journalists experience betrayal of a colleague, the office becomes sweltering and unpleasant. It's hard, nervous and stressful work and sometimes it may seem pointless, but it's necessary for society. Indifference otherwise can have sad consequences. See less
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