Intent on repairing a rift in their relationship, Anna and Juhan retreat to a seaside house lent to them by well-heeled friends. After witnessing an accident on rocky shore, they take in a wounded woman and her husband - a couple they find they have a lot in common with. Anna and Juhan begin to pretend they own the house, engaging their guests in a game of domination that propels their relationship to the brink of destruction.
Anna is a 16-year old in a village where women are accused of witchcraft. It\'s based on the witch hunts on Åland, Finland in the 1600s.
Over the course of one year, this film follows the life of an ordinary Pyongyang family whose daughter was chosen to take part in one of the famous Korean "Spartakiads". The ritualized ...
Is This Free?: A whimsical comedy about creating remarkable situations from a most unremarkable question.
Fritsud ja blondiinid: What was the role of Baltic film actors in creating the figure of the German enemy in Soviet cinema?Most of the Nazi villains in Soviet war films were played by Baltic actors. As we follow the development of the figure of the enemy in Soviet films, and the role of Baltic actors in creating it, a startling stereotype of Baltic people as Nazi sympathizers emerges...This is the story of the power of moving pictures in creating lasting stereotypes.