TBT recommends - 2005-05-25
Film and photo exhibition
June 2-29 's Soprus Cinema, in cooperation with Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, has brought a unique program, "My beloved enemy Klaus Kinski," to Tallinn. The photography/film exhibition will capture the work of inseparable friends and colleagues, director Werner Herzog and actor Klaus Kinski. The still frame photo exhibition will take place June 2 's29 at the National Library of Estonia. At the same time, Soprus Cinema will be playing a collection of Herzog's films June 3-8. If the exhibition is anything like the men's relationship (at times the two friends came close to killing each other), it's sure to be filled with drama and excitement. LATVIA
Wed 1 's 19:00 's Apocalyptica, the band from Finland famous for playing Metallica songs with cellos, will turn up the drama at Skonto Hall on June 1. Mainly instrumental, the band has not only mastered the melding of different genres, but the creation of a heavy hybrid style. Apocalyptica seem to favor cello rock. They may sound simple, and possibly even mainstream, but in truth this Finnish band has something that others don't. Just what that is will be up to you to decide. Tickets cost 10 's 35 lats (14-50 euros)LITHUANIA
Wed 1 's 19:00 's Marlene Dietrich was possibly one of the most admired performers and singers of the 1940s. And now her songs have been adapted into a modern theater dance performance entitled "Songs of Women." Choreographed by Anzelika Cholina, the show comes close to capturing that mesmerizing magic that Dietrich encompassed on stage. The performance will take place in the National Drama Theater. Tickets cost 20 's 35 litas (6-10 euros).