The Days That Confused Estonia 2016 | 105 min | OV with german s.t. | Colour | FF 2016
Triin RuumetTriin Ruumet (*1988) is one of the new generation of Estonian film-makers. Shestudied at the Baltic Film and Media School in Tallinn and her shorts have beenshown at many international film festivals. The Days That Confused is not only her debut feature, but also that of theproducer, cameraman and editor.
rated for 0 + yearsA hot summer in a small Estonian town at the end of the 1990s. Allar is approaching 30 and spends most of his time hanging out with his mates. They chat up women, get drunk at parties and race around like lunatics in their cars. On one of these excursions there's an accident which causes Allar to start thinking about his lifestyle. He starts cutting back on the extremes and tries to bring more meaning to his life. But the search for less excess and more sense proves far from easy. Full of powerful imagery and great music, TheDays That Confused portrays the last days of adolescence and was one of the biggest hits in Estonia in the last 20 years.
Orig. Title: Päevad, mis ajasid segadusse
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Estonian
Director: Triin Ruumet
Screenplay: Triin Ruumet, Greta Varts
Cast: Hendrik Toompere Jr, Juhan Ulfsak, Jaanika Arum, Klaudia Tiitsmaa, Taavi Eelmaa
Producer: Maie Rosmann-Lill
Sprachfassung: OV with german s.t.
Music: Hendrik Kaljujärv, Karl Saks
Camera: Sten-Johan Lill
Set Designer: Matis Mäesalu
Cutter: Hendrik Mägar
Printsource: Estonian Film Institute
Production: Kinosaurus Film
contact: Maie Rosmann-Lill, Kinosaurus Film: firstname.lastname@example.org