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Eerie Fairy Tales

Estonia 2019
produced by
Mart Sander, Meelis Niinepuu (executive), Liana Kross (executive), Eleen Laasner (executive) for OÜ FilMinistry
directed by Mart Sander
starring Jekaterina Novosjolova, Toomas Kolk, Lisette Pomerants, Ott Salla, Kadri Rämmeld, Vahur-Paul Põldma, Liisa Linhein, Ain Mäeots, Heli Vahing, Väino Puura, Tanel Saar, Mart Müürisepp, Märt Koik, Lauri Pedaja, Oleg Lebedev-Bovolskiy, Hellar Bergmann, Klaus Eisel, Daniel Nalivaiko, Nikolaj Kuchma, Dimitri Drjukov, Karl Kalme, Merle Palmiste, Mart Sander
written by and music by Mart Sander, special effects by Rauno Linnamäe

review by
Mike Haberfelner

  • Actually: A lady (Jekaterina Novosjolova) walks into a wayside diner off the beaten path, and the barman (Toomas Kolk), bored out of his mind for the lack of customers, concentrates all of his attention on her, telling her a scary story - but ultimately not knowing if the story isn't actually true and the lady isn't very much part of it ...
  • Abeyance: Two police inspectors (Tanel Saar, Mart Müürisepp) are to investigate a secret former Nazi lab that's said to house an alien - but how come this lab has been there for 75 years and well investigated already, yet nobody is able to talk about it?
  • The Spring of Solitude: Hans (Ott Salla), son of a poor family of farmers, goes out hunting one night to provide for his folks, but loses his way in the woods and stumbles across a spring that's not even supposed to be there. He meets a mysterious woman (Lisette Pomerants) who allows him to drink from the spring only if he spends three nights with her. But when he returns home the next morning, he has to learn that not only a day but a year has gone by. And while his family's flabberghasted, he can't think about anything else but to return to the spring for another night ...
  • The Butler Did It: A rich couple (Kadri Rämmeld, Mart Sander) want to celebrate a successful murder plot, but without their butler (Vahur-Paul Poldma) getting wind of what they did. Unfortunately though the man seems to be one step ahead of them all the way through ...

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Eerie Fairy Tales is a really fun collection of genre shorts that really has a bit of everything, drama, comedy, fantasy, science fiction, and varies in approach from thoughtful to intentionally deceptive to all-out-funny - but all the shorts show a genuine love for genre filmmaking, paired with an intelligent approach to their stories and a certain hindsight not always found in similar movies. Plus the directorial effort is always elegant without ever glossing over things, while a competent cast keep things real, all of which makes this an anthology not to be missed.


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