• Jagada või mitte jagada
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    Mark is a traveller and he believes in life beyond capitalism. He has given up his successful squash coach career in London and now, in Tallinn, he invites people to join a community where nobody uses any money and everyone shares with each other their skills, experiences, food, and love. Tantric energy liberation techniques are his means to release the Estonian people from the chains of ownership instinct. Struggling to reach the goal, Mark is challenged by a force even greater than his own beliefs.

  • Suspiria
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    A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.

  • Konstantin Vassiljev
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    kell 18:00
    A portrait of one of the best football players in Estonia. A story of a Russian kid that lives in Maardu becoming an Estonian hero. The career path of Vassiljev aka Maestro hasn't been an easy one. As a philosopher he has been able to give meaning to both the highs and lows of his career.

  • Jaaniöö värvi limusiin
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    kell 18:00
    When old auntie Mirta succeeds in a lottery and wins a car, which she cannot use herself, different family members are suddenly there to 'be helpful' in favor to get the car after aunties' death, not to mention, they never have come before to help her. The funny rivalry between two parts of family, a foolish jealousy to the near living peasants' family, which had always non-selfishly been there for auntie, is a caricature of greasy human nature. This is a slight humor of the Soviet life details as well. But aunt Mirta isn't fool, and is still young in her heart until her last minute, that appears in her last will - to whom the car, the limousine in the color of St. John's night goes.

  • alma mater tartuensis
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    kell 18:00
    "Alma mater Tartuensis" is a documentary that was finished to celebrate the 300th jubilee of the University of Tartu. It was shot in two phases. First in May and June of 1932 they shot the episodes depicting TU's history and the everyday academic life - this was about 20 minutes of the film. It was shown with texts at the Tartu cinema Central beginning June 29th 1932. An additional 10 minutes of footage was added about the jubilee events and was screened in the beginning of July in Tartu and Tallinn, later all over Estonia.