Ramin Lomsadze, a 75-years old Georgian wrestler who once won seven matches in 55 seconds, is getting ready for the fight with his last and most formidable opponent - Loneliness. He gets on the train and sets off for a remote Georgian village to seek out the girl he loved and lost fifty years ago.
Audrius Stonys is a film director and producer based in Lithuania. Member of European Documentary Network and European Film Academy. Made 16 films as an independent filmmaker and producer. Films awarded in many international film festivals. Among them Public prize in Nyon, Grand Prix in Split, prizes in Bornholm, Neu Brandenburg, Bilbao, Florence, Oberhausen and San Francisco. 1992 the film Earth of the Blind received European Film Academy award “FELIX” as the Best European Documentary film of the Year. 2004-2005 – Documentary teacher in European Film College, Denmark. Has been reading lectures in Barcelona, Tokyo, Berkeley, Stanford, Belgrade. Retrospectives: Switzerland, Russia, France, Japan, Israel, Praha, Germany, New York, Belgium, Spain, India, Italy.
Open the Door to Him, Who Comes (1989), Earth of the Blind (1992), Apostle of Ruins (1992), Antigravitation (1995), Flying Over Blue Field (1996), Harbour (1998), Fedia. Three Minutes After the Big Bang (1999), 510 seconds of silence” (2000, together with A.Matelis), Alone (2000), Last Car (2002), Countdown (2004), Uku ukai (2006), The Bell (2007), Four Steps (2008), I Walked Through Fire, You Were with Me (2010)