The Corridor (1995 film)
The Corridor (Lithuanian: Koridorius) is a 1995 Lithuanian drama film directed by Šarūnas Bartas. It has a fragmentary narrative without dialogue and depicts several people in Vilnius. According to the director, the title symbolizes "the atmosphere of a corridor between yesterday and today, containing many doors".
|Directed by||Šarūnas Bartas|
|Produced by||Šarūnas Bartas|
|Written by||Šarūnas Bartas|
|Edited by||Mingailė Murmulaitienė|
David Stratton of Variety wrote: "The camera lingers on various characters, including a youth played by the director, who just sit or stand about, looking miserable. Nothing much happens. ... Whatever Bartas was trying to communicate in The Corridor is difficult to determine, and maybe only the initiated can work it out."