Since its premier Nov. 1, 2002, the film "Nimed Marmortahvlil" ("Names in Marbles"), based on an Albert Kivika's classic novel, has been a smashing success among both critics and popular audiences. The 21 million kroon movie (1.34 million euros), directed by Kristjan Taska, takes place during the tragic weeks of November 1918, when the communist plague from the east conquered the Estonian cities of Narva and Petser and the government was forced to declare a general mobilization. Hele Kore, a 23-year-old Estonian actress who plays Marta, the film's leading female protagonist, breathes a tra...
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