Romas Lileikis

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Romas Lileikis is a Lithuanian poet, musician, and film director.

Lileikis is a director of five movies: Aš esu (I Am) (1990), Olandų gatvė (Dutch Street), Anapus (Beyond) (1995), K+M+B (2001), and Saša (Sasha) (2006), and author (composer and lyricist) of three music albums: Kiaulės sakmė (The Pig's Saga), Evangelija nuo Romo (Gospel of Romas), and Requiem.

Lileikis has also been titled President of Užupio Respublika. Užupio Respublika (Republic of Užupis) is a social and artistic community based in area of Užupis, Vilnius. Užupio Respublika has its own constitution[1] and government. Užupio Respublika has four honorary citizens - Jonas Mekas, Dalai Lama, Ugnė Karvelis, and Zenonas Šteinys.[2] You can meet the President in the legendary Uzhupis cafe in Vilnius, just beyond the bridge on the left. [3]

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