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In the Shade of the Oak Tree| 1hr : 37mins
Director: Ivars Seleckis | Producer: Baiba Urbane
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Latvia
Subject Tags: education, environment, europe, farming, globalization, latvia, resources
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Synopsis:
A spring-till-winter lasting story about people in rural Latvia at the time when the country was entering the European Union. “In the Shade of the Oak Tree” is a contemplation on the present situation of peasants' lives; it is a story of rural Latvia at the time of entering the European Union, told by six locals. These people - biological farmers, a newcomer German peasant, soybean enthusiasts, the head of a rural parish - represent different attitudes toward life and farming, sometimes irrational, offbeat and even mystical. Their stories converge in a visually appealing style, and meld together as the final part of director's film trilogy, now covering thirty years of rural life in Latvia.

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