- Docu-Drama and Cultural History
The film takes the viewer on a journey back in time to when Patarei was still a sea fortress. In the 20th century, the building was used as a prison, where totalitarian regimes imprisoned thousands of innocent people. The documentary focuses on the background and hardships of prisoners of conscience, who were confined by the walls of the sea fortress.
The film poses the question – if these walls could talk, then what would they say? The narrator is a fictional convict who has been “forgotten” to the prison for an entire century. His story is based on the accounts of real people.
- iari varriale ... Editor
- Riho Västrik ... Producer/Director
- Prod. Co.
- Years of Production
- Tallinn, Estonia
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