The movie travels through the XX-th century by monitoring a steam-boiler. We see life, agricultural work and people at different times. We see history of Estonia. The language spoken is an old South Estonian dialect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tants aurukatla ümber
The movie travels through the XX-th century by monitoring a steam-boiler. We see life, agricultural work and people at different times. We see history of Estonia. The language spoken is an old South Estonian dialect.
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Lukas M (gb) wrote: Great film in which the satire never overtakes the character being examined.
Wes M (br) wrote: It was pretty damn awesome, but the series is a little better. The series focused much more on the backstory of the characters, with lots more flashbacks n stuff. Once again, the action and the animation style is superb.
Brent F (gb) wrote: Had potential with the supernatural mystery, but it got to Scream like slasher. It was just too cheesy for the dramatic story. I actually had wished they played up the creepy young sister though.
Miembro P (mx) wrote: It was the best movie I've ever seen in my lifel!!!!!!
Nikolas G (ag) wrote: has a rhythm as film but ...
Amanda L (au) wrote: i like thsi movie alot but it scared the sh*t out of me and my friends when we wacthed it lol
Chris S (de) wrote: I rated the film five stars merely because its portrayal of John Quincy Adams was exceptional.
Tara A (it) wrote: Weird yet ultimately compelling; Leigh in particular has a tough transformation to execute and makes it convincing. Remember Ben Chaplin? Seems like a long time ago.
Stella A (us) wrote: what a chaotic movie!! Some parts of the movie are a bit slow. I especially like the 'la giara' part, that one is really funny:)
Darlene M (ca) wrote: Kind of fun, but really... appallingly bad. Ridiculous ending. Ryan Phillipe is just gross in this. Who are all these girls that succumb to his desires? Yech. Sarah Michelle Gellar is much more convincing, as is Joshua Jackson's in his bit part.
Logan M (br) wrote: Dull and devoid of any fresh scares, it's an absolute shame horror films this lazily written are still getting made.