Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
In this depressing but insightful drama, Pradera (Edward Zantara) is a young poet who decides to turn his back on society. Moving to a small village, he takes a job as a lumberjack and rents a modest room from an elderly landlady. Pradera soon realizes his new life is far less satisfying than the idyllic country life he had imagined. The evasive poet will only say he is from the North and finds making friends is his new locale difficult. Church organ music by Vivaldi adds to the somber mood of the film.
country-life, landlady, lumberjack, poet, seclusion