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Mes gyvenimų nepagailėjom, o tu „skūpi“ dujų.

The Trans-Siberian pipeline, built in 1983, became a fundamental milestone in the oil and gas industry, connecting the supplies of Wester Siberia with European consumers. Renowned Ukrainian documentarist Vitaly Mansky sets off along the route of the pipeline to find out what it’s like for ordinary people living in its vicinity. This visually refined road movie is an unsettling portrait of the legendary Trans-Siberian gas pipeline on which most of Europe is still reliant.


Karlovy Vary International Film Festival – best documentary.

Vitaly Mansky

Vitaly Mansky was born in Lvov in 1963. He graduated in camerawork from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) in 1990. After making his first movie in 1989, he has created more than 30 films that have been screened at hundreds of world’s festivals. V. Mansky has received over 50 prizes for his films. Since 1996 he has been working on a project aimed at archiving amateur movies from 1930 to 1990 in order to preserve records of life in the former USSR.