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GREEN CATS

by Andres Puustusmaa

synopsis

The story of two old folks, who have spent the most time of their lives behind prison walls. Now seventy years old men have been granted an amnesty. Both men have a passionate desire to change their lives in according to a certain plans. Time is one of the main characters in this story. The time that passes from one point to another and how it changes and influences human spirit and thoughts. Old prison friends Markus and Eduard are not murderers and do not have blood on their hands, from young age they have revolved in circles around thieves and other rouges, their greatest crimes have been carried out by robbing the country and deceiving. State robberies and frauds have led men to long periods of punishment from Soviet Estonia until nowadays Europe Estonia. Now, however, the cell mates received the freedom and decided to meet each other in a week at the hotel "Palace" to plan together life in the freedom, but until that men needed to put in order their "personal things".

international title: Green Cats
original title: Rohelised kassid
country: Estonia, Russian Federation
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Andres Puustusmaa
film run: 105'
release date: EE 5/01/2018
screenplay: Andres Puustusmaa
cast: Tõnu Kark, Sergey Makovetskiy, Mait Malmsten, Kirill Käro, Ülle Kaljuste, Jüri Aarma, Liisa Aibel, Jüri Alperten, Ago Anderson, Toomas Aria, Külli Aru, Ülle Bernhard, Carla Desa
cinematography by: Pavel Emelin
film editing: Andreas Lenk
music: Priit Pajusaar
producer: Katerina Monastyrskaya
production: Leo Production