Lost Valentine

Synopsis: This adventurous romantic comedy with a light hint of eroticism tells the story of Valentine's night miracles - it is a night, when everyone should stop lying to themselves - and to others.
Genre: Comedy
110 min

Who the...

Stay here, don't do anything, OK?

Valentine, Valentine, don't

do this... it's crazy, you hear?

Good evening, Lithuania

Just like every year on February 14th,

this is our special Valentine's Day show!

And as strange and unexpected as it may

seem, today we are talking about... what?

About love!

Excuse me, but why do

you find that strange?

Skaiva, come one, how much can you

keep talking about the same old thing.

What do you mean how much-you can

talk about love every day, all year long

So just try to imagine, if we had to talk about

love every day, that's the same thing as...

You wrote a book?

I wrote one too.

A textbook for math students.

You know how much I paid in taxes?

You know, my neighbor-an old

communist - he rents 3 apartments.

So you know how much he

pays in taxes? Half a percent.

Well, admit it, it doesn't make

sense. 51% versus 0.5 %

I mean, this is a book-you have to be able to

think, create, you have to have an education.

And that-half a percent...

It doesn't make sense.

I mean, these girls come in to take exams.

All plumped up, pretty, perfume, fur...

God, it's all got to cost a

thousand euros, at least.

But look at it from my point of view -

I'm a lecturer, an associate professor,

and I can't afford that, but they can.

I watch movies; You know

what pisses me off the most?

There's some AI Pacino or

De Niro or someone, you know?

But I mean, they're already

old men. Come on!

And then some little thing happens and bang

he's got a young girl throwing herself at him.

At least half his age.

But this-come on, tell me-is this normal,

like some kind of common

denominator, something to aspire to?

Is this considered good?

Professor, do you have a wife?

Haven't for a long time.

Sit down.

Thank you.

Sit down properly.

...OK, OK, let's leave it alone and

answer the simple question -

what Valentine's Day means to each of us.

Well the answer is simple-tratata.

Aistis, that is so low, grow up for once.

How is that low, what's so

low, today is the day when.

So, me and my wife, you know?

I say to her, why do you

need so many rags.

I mean, there's one or two and that's it, but she

has them all over the place, I mean, wherever...

And the way she peels

potatoes. Right in the sink.

I tell her-well it doesn't make sense, peel

them right into the trash, why do two jobs...

No - she says-that's not

how I'm used to doing it.

So it doesn't make sense.

At home she takes 3

dishes and washes them.

There's a perfectly good dishwasher

I tell her-put them in there,

we have enough dishes at

home, we can feed 80 people...

It doesn't make sense...

Go on, go on.

These days broads expect

men to be like broads,

and then those same broads get all

upset that there aren't any men.

Well it doesn't make sense.

So tell me, professor,

what's going to happen

if they're all standing at the stove with

aprons, washing dishes... Paternity leave...

A man, he has to be a man, he has to work, he has to

be in charge, make money, write a book, after all.

Well, I don't know, it doesn't make sense.

Professor, I don't think I

love my wife anymore.

Skaiva, what does Valentine's

night mean to women?

Mindaugas, to most women, Valentine's night is, I

don't know, something like a night of miracles.

Well of course, I mean, there's tratata!

Aistis, don't make such a

big deal of that, come on...

OK, OK, my understanding

of a miracle is very simple.

Like on Christmas Eve, water

turns to wine. It's a miracle.

Animals speak - now that's a miracle!

Valentine's Day should be

spoken by all of our hearts.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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