Date: Saturday 24th March
Venue: St. James’ Church
Cost: €10
Time: 4.45pm
Format: Irish Feature Film

Director: Olga Černovaitė
Producer: Jeremiah Cullinane

In the 1970’s, The Lithuanian city of Visaginas was created to service a powerful Soviet nuclear power station, designed and shaped like the wings of a butterfly. It was intended to be a window of Soviet progress to the West. After USSR disintegration, EU membership meant Lithuania had to close the plant, the city’s main industry. 25,000 Russian-speaking townspeople were left with an uncertain future.

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