Mart Sanderi lühifilmide kogumik "Kõhedad muinaslood" Sinu kinos alates 13. detsembrist.
Artur (Armen Arušanjan) unistab salamahti filmitegija karjäärist. Salamahti, sest tema vanaisa arvates on just Artur õige mees üle võtma perekonna veiniäri. Kui aga sedasama äri ähvardab eelseisva suurtehingu eel krahh eestlasest veinieksperdi blogis ilmunud hävitava kriitika tõttu, nõustub Artur sõitma Tallinna, et raske olukord lahendada. Ja kohtuda sealsamas ka tema kirjutatud stsenaariumi vastu huvi tundnud produtsendiga.
Viivi, still on the young side, but lonely, discovers a strange man in her bed one beautiful morning. Panicking, the woman tries to reconstruct the events of the previous day in her head. It appears that it must have been one of the worst days in her life: an aching shoulder, being late for work, a diagnosis by her doctor, and, as a result of it all, an evening in the pub where she realises that you can be as neat and good as you like, but you still need luck… The man who Viivi finds between the sheets in Andres, nearing 50s, an affable bloke prone to mishaps, and a man who cannot say "no".
The last year of WWII on Estonian turf. Men are fighting on the boarder of Europe and Russia. Some have been taken to the Red Army, some to Waffen SS. Today 70 years on, the filmmakers, try to show the hopes, aims and drama of these men and their loved ones as objectively as possible.
The main character, Helmi, is born into the house of Baron von Strandmann in Old-Town Tallinn, in 1908. Director Hardi Volmer’s historical love story LIVING IMAGES combines the grotesque of early silent films with the melodrama of the golden age of cinema with elements of both the epic and the comic. The main character, Helmi, is born into the house of Baron von Strandmann in Old-Town Tallinn, in 1908. The only thing that she knows for sure about her past is that her mother was an Estonian servant girl.