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Nazis and Blondes (2008)

Fritsud ja blondiinid (original title)
Veteran actors from the 3 Baltic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - gather at a castle in Latvia to receive awards for their roles as Nazi villains in propagandist Soviet war films... See full summary »

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Arbo Tammiksaar

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Credited cast:
Tõnu Aav Tõnu Aav ... Self
Uldis Lieldidzs ... Self (as Uldis Lieldidz)
Algimantas Masiulis ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ervin Abel ... Self (archive footage)
Juozas Budraitis ... Self
Ants Eskola ... Self (archive footage)
Olev Eskola ... Self (archive footage)
Ville Hyvönen ... Russian guard
Gunnar Kilgas ... Self (archive footage)
Eve Kivi ... Self
Harijs Liepins ... Self (archive footage)
Viktors Lorencs ... Self (as Viktor Lorents)
Jüri Lumiste ... Self
Heino Mandri ... Self (archive footage)
Bruno O'Ya ... Self (archive footage)
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Veteran actors from the 3 Baltic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - gather at a castle in Latvia to receive awards for their roles as Nazi villains in propagandist Soviet war films. They reminisce about the films that made them famous throughout the USSR, but also stigmatized the Baltic countries as Nazi sympathizers in the eyes of many Russians - a misconception that is nowadays exploited by the Russian media, desperate to label the Baltic countries as a fascist haven. Written by nihilistening

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Country:

Estonia | Latvia

Language:

Estonian | Russian

Release Date:

9 May 2008 (Estonia) See more »

Also Known As:

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