Dmitry Gorin is awaiting the post of branch manager of a savings bank. But one day he accidentally gives an extra amount to a person who works in the taiga on the construction of the Siberia-Ural power transmission line. To return the money, Dmitry has to go to the taiga. But he is not in a hurry to return to Moscow. The fact is that he discovers a completely different life, which he likes, and meets the girl he dreamed of
The ageing communist Olav is starting to question his own faith after an encounter with the former priest Eilif who tells the story of how he lost his faith in God.
Drama about a young woman in rural Finland in the 1930s. The small village provides a scene for intrigues, fights, love, jealousy, accusations, and revenge.
Jaak Prints solo performance is an emotional summary of the voices that make up the modern Estonian person.
The story follows 19-year-old Renee who has always loved fairy tales: the idea of a princess, a hero and a happily ever after. But Renee’s life is that of a darker tale: she’s a young woman battling addiction, depression and self-injury. In a creative blend of artistic fantasy balanced with harsh reality, the movie follows Renee on her courageous journey towards recovery.
The preservation of the Karelian culture. About how the evacuated Finnish Karels have acclimatized themselves to the indigenous people and how the Karelian culture has been preserved during the ages of change. Reportage and interviews with ordinary people and experts made during the summer of 1968. Faces of the Finnish Karelian people. Images of faces that reproduce the culture and the history of the territory.
"Häiden Vietto Karjalan Runomailla" ( Karelian Wedding In The Land Of The Kalevala ) is an early and valuable documentary ( more exactly, a recreation ), an ethnological Finnish silent film about a traditional Karelian wedding. It was the work of an expedition of Finnish ethnologists in the silent year of 1920, headed by Herr A. O. Väisänen of the Kalevala society.