Black Nights Latest Reviews

Make The Devil Laugh
Make The Devil Laugh
After a man kills to protect his mother and sister he finds it hard to achieve social rehabilitation in a society that has labelled him a murderer.
Dear Thomas
Dear Thomas
The struggles of East German author and filmmaker Thomas Brasch.
Night Bus
Night Bus
Trouble brews on a bus after a pearl necklace goes missing.
Immersion
Immersion
A father and his daughters face a dilemma while they're out on a lake.
An American Prayer
An American Prayer
Documentary considering the truth and fiction about the American dream and hopes for future equality.
Bestia
Bestia
A trip into the psyche of a Chilean torturer.
A Place Called Dignity
A Place Called Dignity
Considering the dark past of Chile's Colonia Dignidad through the eyes of a child.
Upurga
Upurga
A wilderness guide finds himself up against nature and his own anxiety after his sister and her film crew, who he is helping, disappear in the forest.
Petite Maman
Petite Maman
Something magical happens to a young girl after the death of her grandma.
Steakhouse
Steakhouse
Trouble brews when a woman is late home for her birthday dinner.
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Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Features

Rocking the boat
Nicolás Postiglione on tension and ambiguity in his debut Immersion
Primal time
Ugis Olte on forests and feelings in his debut fiction feature Upurga
Playground politics
Laura Wandel on bullying and working with children on her first feature
Making space for magic
Alexandre Koberidze on folktales and What Do We See When We Look At The Sky?
Titanic plans
Teemu Nikki on why he was inspired to write a script from a blind man's perspective
Cotillard into the unknown with Carax
Why Cannes opener's singing star was left running scared

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