On one summer evening, four strangers are brought together by a mysterious murder. A case which at first seems like a regular crime ivestigation turns out to be something more: a tale of love, alienation and new hope.
Anneli is soon to be 17 years old. She lives alone with her mother and can barely remember her father who left the family 10 years ago. One day she receive a letter from her father, who is ... See full summary »
On a summer evening, four strangers are brought together by a mysterious murder A case which at first seems like a regular crime ivestigation turns out to be much more: a tale of love, alienation and new hope, reflecting a society in the midst of transforming. The film is giving international audiences a ew, stylish perspective on the Baltics where people in their bold new clothes and luxury cars are trying to imitate Western life but are still trapped in corruption, greed and abuse of women. Written by
Ed Wood was a brilliant filmmaker compared to the guy who directed this one. An absolute failure in every aspect of film-making. It felt like even all the actors had no idea what's the story about and how they ended up being part of it. It contained the most ridiculously filmed car chase ever. The aimless panning shots after scene by scene the creeping and crawling behind the windows, curtains and whatnot was the worst camera-work I've ever seen. Carmen Kass singing opera was just priceless. I feel bad for her that she was asked to take her clothes off for no apparent reason but at the same time it was the only scene worth to look at.
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