A group of young Latvian filmmakers, most of whom lost grandparents and other relatives during World War II, decided to investigate this turbulent period in the country's history. Katya Cengel reports on how they hope their American-style fairy tale will introduce Latvia to the world.Arturs Skrastins takes a last puff on his cigarette and stubs it out before taking his place outside the gates of the Latvian Ministry of Culture, which for now is a house. He bends down and calls to a little white cat. The cat runs away and a baffled Skrastins slowly ventures into the ministry's yard where sac...
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