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'November' Screens at Tribeca Film Festival 2017

Cinepolis Chelsea
260 West 23rd Street, New York, NY, United States

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From April 24 until 27, Dutch co-production 'November' will screen at Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. The Dutch co-producer is Ellen Havenith, who is part of producing team PRPL. This film is part of the international narrative competition and will have its international premiere at the festival. 

Screening times:

April 24, 6:30PM @ Cinepolis Chelsea 8

April 25, 3:45PM @ Cinepolis Chelsea 2

April 26, 6:16PM @ Cinepolis Chelsea 5

April 27, 4:15PM @ Cinepolis Chelsea 3

About 'November'

Immerse yourself in 19th century Estonian folklore - feel the mud and cold, the fear and joy of the peasants living side-by-side with cows, werewolves and kratts, the farmers’ helpers, created out of old tools, hay, and animal bones, and brought to life by the devil himself. Director Rainer Sarnet elevates his film above mere period drama, sprinkling the fable of peasant girl Liina’s doomed romance with Hans with generous amounts of humor, and enriching its earthy fairytale milieu with beautiful black and white cinematography. Sarnet’s attention to detail, in particular in capturing the farmers’ dynamic and expressive faces, humanizes and adds a warm depth to the environment as Liina and Hans ponder the great mysteries of life, love, and the existence of the soul, looking for meaning and explanations anywhere they can. 

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