In the follow-up of Estonian classics "Kevade" (1969) and "Suvi" (1976) the same characters have reached their middle-age. Everybody are living quiet family-life but Kiir the tailor who one... See full summary »
Characters familiar from Kevade are now in their 20s. In the beginning of the 20th century, Joosep Toots has returned from Russia, where he learned agriculture. He wants to start reforming ... See full summary »
A group of sleepless nerds should be taken into sanitarium for hard-therapy. They are taken to a lonely island but no sanitarium is in sight. Suddenly turns out that the nurses have ... See full summary »
On a nice summer day a funny little car rolls over a peaceful farm yard of Muhu island. The family that withdraws from the vehicle is quite odd-looking: an overbearing madam, a henpecked ... See full summary »
A medieval love story with lots of adventures. The times are troubled - there's a revolt of peasants going on. To secure its safety a monastery chases for a relics of a holy Brigitte. A ... See full summary »
This movie is about the Estonian War of Independence (1918-1920), specifically the students fighting on the nationalist side, but also shown the conflict between two ideologies (Estonian nationalism and communism).
One lovely day a young man, a former ballet dancer, suddenly finds himself on a pension and begins searching for a new place in life. Fate brings him together with a rather mischievous ... See full summary »
When I first saw the movie I was about 13 years old and it didn't impress me much. Later when I read the book (by A. Gailit) I realized that I want to see that movie again. Luckily it was shown on television a few days later and I was given my chance to see it again. When the movie started I realized that: "Yeah! I love that movie! Thank you television-man for showing it to me..." The movie is just perfect. Some little techincal problems could be seen, but they don't jump into your eye. The main thing that attracts you about this movie are the actors and most beautiful music composed for the movie (by R. Kangro and A. Valkonen). The movie is based on a novel by A. Gailit and the story is about an estonian don Juan, who actually is a writer, who leaves home in spring and is brought home again in autumn, by his wife. Toomas Nipernaadi is a mysterious, funny and amusing character who makes strangers fall in love with him and after that he leaves the women not saying a word.
I really recommend it, because it's just perfect. It makes you want to act like Nipernaadi. Go out in spring, only your clothes on, and come back when the first snow covers the landscape.
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