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Nimed marmortahvlil (2002)
At the beginning, when boys are in the classroom, discussing the war (is it right or not, should they join or not, on who`s side to go), one of the boys writes down the names who are in the classroom. During war several of the boys die, Ahas (Võigemast) escapes in lucky way: as he changes his coat on his girlfriend`s fathers coat, he goes to camp and the Germans take him for Lithuanian as he speaks proper russian.
When the war ends, one schoolboy enters the classroom and the names written at the classboard are still there, as no-one ever erased them, (I think the boys left straight in the war without having a lesson)...
Viimne reliikvia (1969)
The movie is great, but half of it is far away from the book. They had the main point: Agnes has to marry von Mönnikhusen for the sacred bones to get back to the monastery; Agnes escapes with Gabriel; falls in love and so on. But those guys forgot that Agnes`s father is alive and HE asked Gabriel to became one of his men, not von Mönnikhusen. But: Ivo Shenckenberg is actually historical person and the war and rising against the masters are historical parts too. Outside the cameras: Ursula (Eve Kivi) knew to tell that Gabriel (Aleksandr Goloborodko) became a father at the moment they were shooting the scene where Gabriel was fastened up to the tree and one of Shenkenbergs men told him: "Sure, raisk!" (Die, sod!)
Les misérables (2000)
This is probably the closest version of the book, because: 4 parts, all written apart, every single line of the characters are shown. Probably Departieu and Malkovich were the magnets to get to see the movie. Other wise COOL! Cant say anything bad.