Monday, October 02, 2006


["These days, when peoples and their customs are all mixing, weddings that are celebrated in accordance with centuries-old traditions can probably only be found in some mountain village, or in an Eskimo community cut off from the world by ice, or seen in films about folk traditions. Even Lithuanians, who are not enthusiastic about taking on new things, and who are proud of their customs that have lasted since pagan times, no longer have traditional weddings."]

Apparently not, mused Sam Renseiw, on a Saturday stroll through the Old Vilnius Town. But it sure looks glamourous. And sincere too. View the short, prolonged wedding glance by clicking here or mouse the pink dress above. ( patafilm # 270, 00' 47'', 3.6 MB, Quicktime/mov - Streaming Flash version for PC available at