Short Documentation | September 2006 | Length: 11 min. | Format: DV PAL 16:9
In lithuanian villages residenting storks are considered as a “sign of life”. Their sole presence equalizes a wholesome town. As a stork-fledging Joseph outlived falling off his parental nest, an incident which would usually have led to a certain death. Since then he spends a dependent and ambivalent existence as a bachelor at the curonian lagoon.
A portrait of a stork, his human foster fathers and the vitally importance of nature in lithuanian mindsets.