It's 1992 and the first free elections held in Estonia since World War II have to the surprise of all brought to power young and idealistic political forces. They are led by 32-year-old ... See full summary »
You can't really rate this show one way or the other. For Estonians, it's like a local version of EastEnders or Peyton Place. We follow the incredibly boring lives of incredibly average folks for 25+ years, just for the sheer fun of seeing them appear on the screen. As a series, it should probably get one star; as a national phenomenon, ten stars.
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