Children are left to grandma’s without smartphones. Real life seems boring until they find instructions for kratt - magical creature who will do whatever its master says. All they have to do now, is to buy a soul from the devil...
Based on one of the longest running plays in Estonian theatre, “Eesti matus“ by Andrus Kivirähk, “Estonian Funeral” is a comedy full of hilarious characters and unexpected situations where Estonian national-conservative view of the world clashes with more liberal European values of the younger generation. Andres, a young man who sells retirement insurances in shopping centres, meets a dark-skinned girl and falls in love.Lee, the newfound girl of his dreams called, is an open-minded world traveler who does not understand the „workaholism“ of Estonians nor the need to own land at all costs.
Film toob meieni viie erinevas vanuses paari suhteprobleemid ja salafetišid ning samuti selle, millised ootamatud tagasilöögid võivad olla sellel, kui oleme otsustanud oma partneritele avaldada kogu tõe selle kohta, mis meile magamistoas kõige rohkem meeldib. Olgu selleks siis detailsed rollimängud, erutumine pisarate nägemisest, salafantaasia vägistamisest, kõned seksiliinile või lihtsalt oma magusalt magava kaasa vaatamine. Viis paari, viis probleemi, viis moodust neid probleeme lahendada... Ja mitte kõik need moodused ei ole õiged.
The film consists of three chapters. The Manslayer takes place more than a hundred years ago. The leading character Maara is a young bride who is about to start her life in her new family. The Virgin, set in the spring of 1949, tells the story of a young woman called Elina, who has been deported from Ingria into Estonia during the previous war. The Shadow moves in the present, on the border of real life and fantasy. The main character, Luna Lee, has decided to flee from home. Is there anything besides emptiness somewhere?
Charmless detective Gustav Tukk (Jan Uuspõld) meets a mysterious Gypsy lady (Lana Vatsel). It soon becomes apparent that it is a trap set to him by Russian intelligence. In order to figure out the opponent’s intentions, Gustav is ordered to go ahead with the relationship. Unfortunately, the task threatens to be beyond the man, as, unexpectedly to himself, he has fallen in love with the enemy. At the same time, the Gypsy lady also arouses romantic interest in poet Miku Tähn (Rain Tolk), who is a bit of a pain. The ensuing processes do not promise any good solutions.