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A young intellectual, Mati, engineers himself into a situation where he has to spend a weekend with his wife Helina and her lover Eduard. The trio goes to Eduard's summer house, surrounded... See more »

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Rain Tolk ...
Mati
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Eduard
Maarja Jakobson ...
Helina
Mirtel Pohla ...
Marina
Juhan Ulfsak ...
Neighbour

Directed by

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Veiko Õunpuu

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Mati Unt ... (short story)
 
Veiko Õunpuu ... (screenplay)
 
Rain Tolk ... ()

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Katrin Kissa ... producer
Rain Tolk ... co-producer

Music by

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Ülo Krigul

Cinematography by

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Mart Taniel

Film Editing by

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Jan Erik Nõgisto
Mart Taniel

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Greg Fisher ... colorist
Tambet Tasuja ... on-line editor
Mart Taniel ... off-line editor (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Helen Ehandi

Makeup Department

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Kaire Hendrikson ... makeup artist
Maarja Sild ... makeup artist

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Teele Nöps ... property master

Sound Department

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Ants Andreas ... sound designer / sound editor
Tiina Andreas ... sound editor

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Kaarel Nurk ... still photographer
Andrus Prikk ... camera technician
Jarand Rorgemoen ... assistant camera / focus puller
Hendrik Saks ... gaffer
Mihkel Soe ... clapper loader / second assistant camera

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Kaspar Kallas ... special editor

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Plot Summary

A young intellectual, Mati, engineers himself into a situation where he has to spend a weekend with his wife Helina and her lover Eduard. The trio goes to Eduard's summer house, surrounded by the majestic scenery of big forests and an empty beach. Mati, either out of jealousy or pride, has decided to win back his wife and will do anything his introverted and inert mind can come up with. What is love? Who can believe in such a thing? Is there anything at all to believe in? It can in its own minimalist way be a very funny experience and also a sad one to be dragged into this world. This film depicts with great accuracy how it is to feel love being an Estonian, someone who is used to low temperatures and repressed emotions. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Empty (World-wide, English title)
  • Die reine Leere (Germany)
  • Vazio (Brazil)
  • Üres part (Hungary)
  • Пустынный берег (Russia)
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  • 40 min
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Budget EUR25,000 (estimated)

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