“Chasing Unicorns” (“Ükssarvik” in Estonian) is a hilarious new movie told from the perspective of Õie, a young woman from rural Estonia who stumbles into the Tallinn startup scene before trying to take on the world with her own tech company.
"Pole mõtet otsida koletisi oma voodi alt, kui nad on tegelikult peidus meis endis," on öelnud evolutsiooniteooria isa Charles Darwin. "Paha lugu" on filmikassett, mis räägib viiel erineval moel inimsuhetes varjul olevatest tumedamatest hoovustest, olukordadest, millest puhtalt pääseda on praktiliselt võimatu. Ahistamine, vaimne vägivald, manipulatsioon, nurka surumine - need on nii aktuaalsed teemad alates poliitikast lõpetades privaatsfääriga. Painajalikes vastasseisudes võib leida nii dramaatikat, müstikat kui äraspidist koomikatki.
A music critic Hugo, suffering from post-divorce depression, is just about to rebuild his life when his jazz musician father Raivo arrives at his door unexpectedly. Spiteful old man announces that he will soon come to his end and expects his only son to take care of him. When an attractive psychotherapist enters the men’s lives, the father and son duo begin to compete for her attention. The old prankster manages to create a number of embarrassing moments in an effort to ruin Hugo’s romantic plans.
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.