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Revolution of Pigs
28 / 09 / 2021
00:00-23:59
Director Jaak Kilmi, René Reinumägi
Country Estonia, Finland
Genre fiction
Year 2004
Age 18+
10 BYN
The hot summer of 1986. A large group of Estonian schoolchildren is heading to the summer camp to rest — they have three days ahead of them full of adventures, parties, and new loves. Teenagers listen to Duran Duran and discuss life plans: someone is afraid to fail their exams and end up serving in Afghanistan, someone plans to make a career in breakdance. But the most immediate goal for the next three camping days is the same for everyone — hurry up to get drunk and have sex. The counselors do not share their rebellious enthusiasm: for proper behavior and victory in an amateur art competition, the squad will be granted a trip to the Black Sea. In this regard, the main characters will also have an idea — to put on an audacious performance called "Something’s Rotten in This Country" while wearing pig masks, to make a big splash in the whole camp, and maybe in the entire Soviet Union.
In parallel, the story of the unhappy love of a 16-year-old Tanel develops in the film — the guy yearns for the beautiful Diana, who went on a date with him last summer, but now she only casts a cold glance. The young man, accidentally embroiled in an uprising against the strict camp administration, learns a lot about his comrades, his beloved one, and himself. “Revolution of Pigs” is the winner and the most scandalous film of the 2004 Moscow International Film Festival, a teenage comedy charged with anti-totalitarian energy about how revolutions reveal the most sincere feelings and emotions of people (and pigs).
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Revolution of Pigs
2004 • fiction • Estonia
28/09/21
online
10 BYN / 18+
Jaak Kilmi
Director
René Reinumägi
Director
The hot summer of 1986. A large group of Estonian schoolchildren is heading to the summer camp to rest — they have three days ahead of them full of adventures, parties, and new loves. Teenagers listen to Duran Duran and discuss life plans: someone is afraid to fail their exams and end up serving in Afghanistan, someone plans to make a career in breakdance. But the most immediate goal for the next three camping days is the same for everyone — hurry up to get drunk and have sex. The counselors do not share their rebellious enthusiasm: for proper behavior and victory in an amateur art competition, the squad will be granted a trip to the Black Sea. In this regard, the main characters will also have an idea — to put on an audacious performance called "Something’s Rotten in This Country" while wearing pig masks, to make a big splash in the whole camp, and maybe in the entire Soviet Union.
In parallel, the story of the unhappy love of a 16-year-old Tanel develops in the film — the guy yearns for the beautiful Diana, who went on a date with him last summer, but now she only casts a cold glance. The young man, accidentally embroiled in an uprising against the strict camp administration, learns a lot about his comrades, his beloved one, and himself. “Revolution of Pigs” is the winner and the most scandalous film of the 2004 Moscow International Film Festival, a teenage comedy charged with anti-totalitarian energy about how revolutions reveal the most sincere feelings and emotions of people (and pigs).
The hot summer of 1986. A large group of Estonian schoolchildren is heading to the summer camp to rest — they have three days ahead of them full of adventures, parties, and new loves. Teenagers listen to Duran Duran and discuss life plans: someone is afraid to fail their exams and end up serving in Afghanistan, someone plans to make a career in breakdance. But the most immediate goal for the next three camping days is the same for everyone — hurry up to get drunk and have sex. The counselors do not share their rebellious enthusiasm: for proper behavior and victory in an amateur art competition, the squad will be granted a trip to the Black Sea. In this regard, the main characters will also have an idea — to put on an audacious performance called "Something’s Rotten in This Country" while wearing pig masks, to make a big splash in the whole camp, and maybe in the entire Soviet Union.
In parallel, the story of the unhappy love of a 16-year-old Tanel develops in the film — the guy yearns for the beautiful Diana, who went on a date with him last summer, but now she only casts a cold glance. The young man, accidentally embroiled in an uprising against the strict camp administration, learns a lot about his comrades, his beloved one, and himself. “Revolution of Pigs” is the winner and the most scandalous film of the 2004 Moscow International Film Festival, a teenage comedy charged with anti-totalitarian energy about how revolutions reveal the most sincere feelings and emotions of people (and pigs).