The Children from the Hotel America
|The Children from the Hotel America|
|Directed by||Raimundas Banionis|
|Written by||Maciejus Drygas|
|Music by||Faustas Latėnas|
The film revolves around the lives of teenagers in Soviet Lithuania. The protagonists of the film are fans of rock'n'roll music which is banned in the USSR and are interested in the hippie movement, secretly listening to the Luxembourg radio. They all live in a house which was formerly a hotel, called "America". Events of Kaunas' spring affect them as they are involved. After their attempt to send a letter to the Luxembourg radio, teenagers would become suspects by the KGB.
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