Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

This section will feature a number of animated short programmes as well as the full-length features below.

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AninA (Country: Uruguay, Colombia; Year: 2013; Director: Alfredo Soderguit; Stars: Federica Lacanio, Guillermina Pardo, Lucía Parrilla, María Mendive, César Troncoso)
After a fight in the playground, a ten year old girl receives an unusual punishment.
The Congress (Le congrès) (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Ari Folman; Writer: Ari Folman, Stanislaw Lem; Stars: Robin Wright, Paul Giamatti, Harvey Keitel, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Frances Fisher, Danny Huston, Sami Gayle, Michael Landes, Michael Stahl-David, Don McManus, Christopher B. Duncan, Cooper Thornton, Ed Corbin, Kevin Thompson, Matthew Wolf)
An ageing actress gets more than she bargains for when she accepts one last job.
The Fake (Saibi) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2013; Director: Sang-ho Yeon; Writer: Sang-ho Yeon)
Animation sees an ex-con try to expose a fraudulent priest.
Lisa Limone And Maroc Orange, A Rapid Love Story (Country: Estonia; Year: 2013; Director: Mait Laas; Writer: Kati Kovács, Peep Pedmanson; Stars: Andero Ermel, Risto Joost, Kati Kovács, Ülo Krigul, Mihkel Mäekalle, Omar Nõmm, Jaan-Eik Tulve, Iiris Vesik, Peeter Volkonski, Hardi Volmer)
A sweet and sour animated romance.
Rio 2096: A Story Of Love And Fury (Uma História de Amor e Fúria) (Country: Brazil; Year: 2013; Director: Luiz Bolognesi; Writer: Luiz Bolognesi; Stars: Selton Mello, Camila Pitanga, Rodrigo Santoro)
A look at the history of Brazil, as seen through the eyes of an immortal hero.
The Suicide Shop (Le magasin des suicides) (Country: France, Canada, Belgium; Year: 2012; Director: Patrice Leconte; Writer: Patrice Leconte, based on the novel by Jean Teulé; Stars: Bernard Alane, Isabelle Spade, Kacey Mottet Klein, Isabelle Giami, Laurent Gendron, Pierre-François Martin-Laval, Eric Métayer, Jacques Mathou, Urbain Cancelier, Pascal Parmentier, Edouard Prettet, Jean-Paul Comart, Annick Alane, Juliette Poissonnier, Philippe du Janerand)
In a town of depressives, one family has found a suicidal niche.
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