Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

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The Selfish Giant and Honey
The Broken Circle Breakdown (Country: Belgium, Netherlands; Year: 2012; Director: Felix van Groeningen; Stars: Johan Heldenbergh, Veerle Baetens, Nell Cattrysse)
A young couple fall in love and life seems to hurtle along at a breakneck pace.
Honey (Miele) (Country: Italy, France; Year: 2013; Director: Valeria Golino; Writer: Valeria Golino, based on the book by Angela Del Fabbro.; Stars: Jasmine Trinca, Carlo Cecchi, Libero De Rienzo)
A woman devoted to promoting euthanasia encounters a man with an invisible malaise.
The Selfish Giant (Country: UK; Year: 2013; Director: Clio Barnard; Writer: Clio Barnard, based on the short story by Oscar Wilde; Stars: Conner Chapman, Shaun Thomas, Sean Gilder, Steve Evets, Lorraine Ashbourne, Siobhan Finneran, Rebecca Manley, Elliott Tittensor)
Roughly based on the Oscar Wilde parable, this is a tale of jealousy between two boys vying for the favour of a scrap merchant.
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