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November is one of those films you can enjoy staring at from a perspective of visual-arts appreciation, even if the story gets thin (and it definitely does).
Sarnet's earthbound fairy tale occupies a dreamscape somewhere between the teeming canvases of Brueghel and the existential agonies of Bela Tarr's films. And it's funny, with a sly salaciousness all its own.
This midnight-movie classic in the making uses ancient Estonian folk tales to create something shockingly unexpected. Both gravely serious and demonically funny, it's meant to knock audiences off balance. Mission accomplished.
The movie's central story, a tortured-love triangle, is slight. But the context is fascinating and the visual style bewitching.
Suffused with sorcery and silvery light, "November," written and directed by Rainer Sarnet, is a bizarre Estonian love story - a mishmash of folklore, farm animals and scabrous fun - in which beauty and ugliness fight to the death.
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