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Anne leaves Estonia to come to Paris and care for Frida, an elderly Estonian lady who emigrated to France long ago. Anne soon realizes that she is not wanted. All Frida wants from life is ... See full summary »
An average guy of an Estonian high-school decides to defend his bullied classmate. This starts war between him and the informal leader of the class. As teenagers' honour is a touchy thing, everything ends in bloodshed.
September is a film about the complicated choices of simple people. The internationally renowned Estonian author, Jaan Kross (1920-2007) was arrested in 1944 by the Nazis. A year after the ... See full summary »
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August 1991, military coup d'etat in Moscow. When Soviet tanks are on the streets of Tallinn, Estonia, all hopes for independence seem to be lost. People in the only local television station, ETV, are facing their own choices.
No contracts were made on this film. Therefore commercial exploitation was canceled. Half of the film was shot with the video camera that was taken from television without permission. Nobody was paid. The script was written during a screen writing workshop by students as group assignment. See more »
Ilmar Raag promised to make worst movie in history of Estonia, but I think he failed. In spite of very-very low budget (about 100 dollars?), Tappev Tartu (Killing Tartu) has everything a good movie needs: romance, explosions, special effects, fighting scenes, witty dialogues and unpredictable storyline.
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