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Indrek (1976)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Harri Kõrvits Harri Kõrvits ... Indrek
Ants Eskola ... Maurus
Maria Klenskaja ... Miralda
Kaljo Kiisk ... Voitinski
Rein Aren Rein Aren ... Slopashev
Jüri Järvet ... Teacher of religion
Aarne Üksküla Aarne Üksküla ... Molotov
Heino Mandri ... Timusk
Jüri Müür Jüri Müür ... Ollino
Olev Eskola ... Miilinõmm
Ilmar Tammur Ilmar Tammur ... Vihalepp
Enn Kraam Enn Kraam ... Tigapuu
Mihkel Smeljanski Mihkel Smeljanski ... Lible
Dmitri Dzhajan Dmitri Dzhajan ... Beibutov
Margus Tuuling Margus Tuuling ... Kopfschneider
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Mr. Maurus
6 July 2017 | by proviantSee all my reviews

After watching 'Indrek' I realized one thing - Estonian cinema is not so much director's art rather than writer's and actor's art. There are enough great, good, or simply entertaining films, but not like auteur pieces. 'Indrek' is good and entertaining, the top notch acting, and well written script. But the direction is bit off - pacing is alright and there are some nice shots and camera movements, but there is also many weird and out of place editing that kind off ruins the flow of the film. Altogether, it is a nice film with its own peculiar charm.

Also, it seems that Estonians tend to take too many things with satire and sarcasm, that these heavy drama films consist much more warm and subtle humor than these forced Estonian comedies.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Estonian

Release Date:

2 February 1976 (Estonia) See more »

Also Known As:

Школа господина Мауруса See more »

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Tallinnfilm See more »
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