Zane Daudziņa, Ģirts Ķesteris and other actors of the series “Unloved” open a unique exhibition | Without Taboo

The opening of the interactive exhibition of the TV3 series “Unloved” in the shopping center “Alfa” has been attended by a large number of actors, series creators, series viewers and with the help of the application try out how the photos of the series’ characters come to life.

An interactive exhibition of the TV3 series-life drama “Unloved” was opened in the Alfa shopping center, during which the images of the series came to life in the presence of visitors. The opening of the exhibition was also attended by the actors of the series – Ģirts Ķesteris, Zane Daudziņa, Edijs Zalaks, Ģirts Rāviņš, Samira Adgezalova, Egils Melbārdis, Daiga Gaismiņa, Gundars Grasbergs, Andrejs Alens, Juris Lisners, Tom J. Benedict (Toms Liepājnieks). Using the “Overly” application, it is possible to bring the characters to life by listening to and getting acquainted with the stories spoken by each character – deeply true, harsh and also painful.

TV3’s evening series-life drama “Unloved” is based on real events based on the motifs of the first part of the Lithuanian writer’s Edvins Kaled’s trilogy “Unloved”, “Strangers”, “Condemned”.

The series tells the story of losers and losers who became rich overnight. These are men who have betrayed their beloved women, they are seekers of happiness who find an easy way to make money, but one reckless step will have to redeem the rest of their lives.

The creators of the series are convinced that both the series “Unloved” and all its characters will become loved by the audience. This is already evidenced by the fact that the number of viewers of the series is growing. It can be viewed on TV3 screens from Monday to Thursday at 21.05.

The interactive exhibition of the TV3 series “Unloved”, created using the possibilities of augmented reality, in cooperation with the technology agency “Overly”, will be on view from September 10 in the shopping center “Alfa”.


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