This unique documentary material is about the decadence of youth in the early days of Lithuanian independence. The years were marked by the breakthrough in a variety of freedoms, private businesses, such as cafes, and the acceptance of eroticism and other attributes of that era. It was both in movies and in life, mixed with a feeling of discontent and danger,in the background of free market and the rise of organized crime, for which the town of Panevėžys was known for.
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