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(3512) 7.2 115 min 2017

November is a movie starring Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, and Arvo Kukumägi. In a poor Estonian village, a group of peasants use magic and folk remedies to survive the winter, and a young woman tries to get a young man to love her.

Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, Arvo Kukumägi, Katariina Unt
Horror, Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Rainer Sarnet

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Director Rainer Sarnet
Writer Andrus Kivirähk, Rainer Sarnet
Stars Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, Arvo Kukumägi, Katariina Unt
Country Estonia
Also Known As Rehepapp, Kasım, Noiembrie, Noviembre, Listopad
Runtime 1H 55M
Description "November" is based on Estonian novel "Rehepapp" by Andrus Kivirähk, a bestseller of the last twenty years. The film is a mixture of magic, black humor and romantic love. The story is set in a pagan Estonian village where werewolves, the plague, and spirits roam. The villagers' main problem is how to survive the cold, dark winter. And, to that aim, nothing is taboo. People steal from each other, from their German manor lords, and from spirits, the devil, and Christ. To guard their souls, they'll give them away to thieving creatures made of wood and metal called kratts, who help their masters by stealing more. They steal even if their barns are already overflowing. Stealing is an obsession that makes the villagers more and more like the soulless creatures they command, the kratts. The main character of the film is a young farm girl named Liina who is hopelessly and forlornly in love with a village boy named Hans. Her longing makes the girl become a werewolf and jump into an ice-cold pond. She's ready to die in the name of love. The pragmatic farmers are faced with a question: is the life that they've won through so much toil worth anything, if it lacks a soul? Estonian pagan and European Christian mythologies come together in this film. Both mythologies look for a miracle; for an ancient force that gives one a soul. This film is about souls - longing for a soul, selling your soul, and living without a soul.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 10:53

The film takes place in the late 19th century when the English had the monopoly on sorcery in Britain. Many of the British aristocracy have been searching for the cure for magic ever since Charles II's ascension to the throne. Rumours say that it is a disease and that if one are cured the curse will be lifted and a new order will be created. Thomas Horn (Tim Roth) is a witch who is devoted to his art and has been working on his magic ever since his family was burned to death during the War of the Roses. He is able to work through the witch doctor Gwendolyn (Lily James) who has an unfortunate end. It seems that Thomas has been working on the effects of the curse for years, as he is able to stop the clock and, in fact, he has reversed the effects of the curse. It is then that Gwendolyn is asked to give Thomas a potion of the blood of an infant, a promise that he will be able to live with a normal life. Thomas refuses the offer and instead of making his potion he drinks his own blood and gains the ability to turn invisible. Thomas then begins to torture the twins so that he can learn the blood of the child so that he can turn invisible. Gwendolyn believes that she is dying but then she makes a deal with Thomas, he will teach her to control the curse. He offers her the blood of the children in exchange for her help. He decides that he will not live forever and then he becomes invisible again and then transforms himself into a human being, and she has him imprisoned. Thomas escapes from the prison and makes a deal with a spirit, the spirit is the girl who is still with him and she promises him the cure and to be able to live forever. In the end, he is able to turn invisible and the curse is lifted, but at a great cost to the society. This is a great film, it is an interesting film and it is very unusual. The music is beautiful and the acting is excellent. I would rate this film 9 out of 10 stars.

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