Physics’ doctor Sandra Mets (Mari Abel) suddenly loses her job. Finding a new job seems easy at first, but turns out to be a tragi-comic experience. Endless job interviews introduce the main character to many different situations and personas from grotesque entrepreneur to fearless start-up managers. Otherwise thoughtful Sandra finds herself in a world of hypocrisy and strange power. She needs to adapt to new situations and people, but still has to ask how to remain herself.
Kevadel EFTAga pärjatud Anna Hintsi lühifilmis “Jää” mängib Mait Malmsten süütunde käes vaevlevat Harrit, kes pole peale lahutust oma 10-aastase pojaga (Aksel Ojari) piisavalt aega veetnud. Et kaotatud aega tasa teha, viib ta poisi talvisele retkele üle jäise mere. Olles harjunud kõike kontrollima, seisab Harri jääväljal vastamisi jõududega, mida ta kontrollida ei suuda.
Sensitive and restless Johannes is accepted to an elite school in Tallinn and expects life to go uphill. Instead, he becomes the victim of mental abuse by his classmates. In search of recognition, he goes to his old Lasnamäe friends, who spend their time doing drugs, hanging around, and partying, rather than focusing on schoolwork. At home, Johannes must deal with his mother’s deteriorating mental health. As the tension grows, he finds himself at zero point, where he must completely reset his life to build it up from scratch.
“Landscape with Many Moons“ is a drama about a middle-aged man who lives a seemingly ordinary life with his wife and children. The truth is, however, that their relationship has reached a dead end but they prefer the illusory decorations of living together to the free fall into emptiness. The man gallivants around between his previous and current relationships without knowing exactly what to do with them.
A young boy becomes a man as he embarks on a quest to become a knight.