Pika päeva ehavalgus (1970)


An old man meditates by the sea. A little girl is building a sandcastle. A young couple is frolicking on the beach. The day fades into the evening, as do the memories of youth. Pika päeva ehavalgus (The Light of a Long Day) is a poetic short film about the course of life, shot on 16mm. It won medals at amateur film festivals in Yugoslavia, Austria, Finland, Lithuania and the Baltic Union Republics for the humanistic treatment of the subject and the best directorial and acting work.

Directors: Villu Kalvik, Rein Kärner.
Stars: Aleksander Lellep, Helle Sirm, Kait Kõverik.
Composer: Enn Säde.


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