Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

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All Musicians Are Bastards (Kõik muusikud on kaabakad) (Country: Estonia; Year: 2012; Director: Heleri Saarik; Writer: Heleri Saarik; Stars: Riina Maidre, Nero Urke)
An impressionistic story about a talented musician and her unwillingness to compromise her principles which lead to nothing but disappointment.
The Arbiter (Country: UK, Sweden, Estonia; Year: 2013; Director: Kadri Kõusaar; Writer: Kadri Kõusaar; Stars: Lee Ingleby, Bille Neeve, Sofia Berg-Böhm, Tony Aitken, Andrea Lowe, Paul Bown, Jenny Lee, Ivy Thompson, Lii Leitmaa, Lina Leandersson, Piret Rips-Laul, Villu Vihermäe, Märten Heinloo, Age Lilleste, Mark Hewitt)
John is an ambitious young scientist and brilliant in his field. Despite this, he decides to take an extended break from his work in order to put his carefully conceived plan into action ...
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.
Living Images (Elavad pildid) (Country: Estonia; Year: 2013; Director: Hardi Volmer; Writer: Peep Pedmanson, Hardi Volmer; Stars: Sultan Aka, Ita Ever, Toompere Jr. jr Hendrik, Peeter Jakobi, Guido Kangur, Anu Lamp, Ain Mäeots, Peeter Oja, Tõnu Oja, Maria Soomets, Toomas Suuman, Sandra Uusberg, Marika Vaarik, Priit Võigemast, Aarne Üksküla)
Historical love story.
Love Is Blind (Kertu) (Country: Estonia; Year: 2013; Director: Ilmar Raag; Stars: Mait Malmsten, Ursula Ratasepp, Leila Säälik, Peeter Tammearu, Külliki Saldre)
Romance blossoms between a timid 30-year-old and an unlikely suitor.
Tangerines (Mandariinid) (Country: Estonia, Georgia; Year: 2013; Director: Zaza Urushadze; Writer: Zaza Urushadze; Stars: Lembit Ulfsak, Elmo Nüganen, Giorgi Nakashidze, Misha Meskhi, Raivo Trass)
As the Abkhazian War in Georgia approaches, two villagers are the only ones who haven’t left.
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