The Mail 1995-01-01 ( current )
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The morning begins when the mail is delivered - this has been a tradition for almost an eternity. This film looks at daily things, daily movements, daily life and the daily routines of the postman, which are nevertheless meaningful to those who await and receive newspapers and letters.
Fewer and fewer movies will be being shot on actual film, because fewer and fewer movies building have film projectors. Until there is an art house movie theater nearby, any watching of older, or less recognized, films, on actual film, is pretty much impossible. What is the last time that an elderly or obscure film was available at the local multi-theater megaplex? If whoever has a film copy of that older, unknown film, does not think it is profitable enough to put it in DVD, there is little that can be done about it. Soon, the only way to observe films of any kind, will be through on-line streaming. Depending on your point of view, this is both that natural progression of technology, or it's the end of the world.
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- Laila Pakalnina (Director)
- Laila Pakalnina (Script)
- Gints Berzins (Cinematography)
- Anrijs Krenbergs (Sound Designer)
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