"In this film, love is the main character's state of being, her belief – not a real relationship." Rainer Sarnet (Director)
A visual feast for both eyes and ears.
Set in a pagan Estonian village where werewolves, the plague and spirits roam, November is a visual feast for the eyes. Nothing is taboo in this village; the villagers' only concern is how to survive the cold, harsh winter. 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. Through this dark and remarkably accomplished gothic black-and white-allegory, Rainer Sarnet fiercely gazes into humanity, the possibility of love and the existence of the soul that will stay with you. This is Estonia's entry for the Oscars.
Born in Estonia, Rakvere, in 1969, film-educated Rainer Sarnet has shot many short films and tv films. November (2017) is his latest feature- length film.
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