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FED UP!

by Peeter Simm

synopsis

When his wife leaves him for his “best friend”, Leipzig truck driver Kaminsky is only too glad to take on a trip to Estonia. He wants to give his beloved old music box to a friend there and then possibly take his own life. What Kaminsky doesn’t realize is that he is being followed by a number of people who all want to get to Tallinn as well: an Estonian bank robber who has hidden his stash in Kaminsky’s truck, a philosophical undertaker who is driving the bank robber, the Estonian cellist Stella who wants Kaminsky to help her get back home – and his “best friend” who is the man behind the bank robbery.

international title: Fed Up!
original title: Korini!
country: Estonia, Germany
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Peeter Simm
film run: 97'
release date: EE 03/02/2005, DE 13/12/2007
screenplay: Valentin Kulk, Peeter Simm, Hans-Werner Honert, Thomas Steinke
cast: Heio von Stetten, Thomas Schmauser, Maarja Jakobson, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Udo Schenk, Thomas Arnold, Detlef Bierstedt, Frank Witter, Rezija Kalnina, Axel Wandtke, Hans-Werner Honert
cinematography by: Rein Kotov
film editing: Margrit Schulz
music: Sven Grünberg
producer: Artur Talvik, Hans-Werner Honert
production: Saxonia Media Filmproduktion, Ruut Pictures (Eetriüksus Ltd)
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