Youth comedy “Kids of the Night” tells the story of three sisters, who have all reached a breaking point in their lives. Liis (Grete Konksi) has just graduated from high school and realizes that the future planned with her boyfriend is not so certain anymore. Eldest sister Karin (Piret Krumm) was the first to leave the nest and is struggling in the contemporary sexist business environment. Youngest sister, teenager Jane (Alice Siil), is trying to stand up to her party animal friend’s pressure to be someone she is not.
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.
It’s the beginning of the hot 90’s. Ex-soviet republic of Estonia has become top metal exporter in the world. A merciless fight surrounds this criminal business. Each day brings new victims. Estonia has the highest homicide rate in Europe. This is where our story starts... Directed by Andres Puustusmaa and produced by Kristian Taska (“Names in Marble”) and Jusup Bakshiev (“Antikiller”, “Paragraph 78”). The film is based on a true story written by a former head of Estonian Central Criminal Police – Andres Anvelt.