Drama smashes box-office records
TALLINNAfter the victory at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001, the movie "Nimed Marmortahvlil", ("Names in Marble) has become the most important event in Estonian culture. A debut motion picture of the famous Estonian theater director Elmo Nuganen, "Names in Marble" managed to overcome the success of "Titanic" which was shown in Estonia from March 1998 to March 1999. The ship drama was seen by 132,713 people over 12 months, while 136,171 people have watched the heroic saga of Estonian's war of independence in just two months, according to the MPDE film distribution company.The film is als...
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