Tere kino lovers! Thankyou for joining us last week for our screening of ‘Püha Tõnu Kiusamine “The Temptation of St. Tony” (2009). It was absurd, surreal, hauntingly beautiful and incredibly disturbing in parts. I would not recommend the film for the faint-hearted although it is quite the journey, some described as reminiscent of Luis Buñuel’s oeuvre and Ari Aster’s Beau is Afraid (2023).
For October, Kino is screening ‘Asjad, millet me ei räägi’. You may be thinking we showed this already last October – unfortunately that screening was unable to go ahead so we are trying again, one year later!
Asjad millest me ei räägi (2020) is an adaptation of the Australian film “The Little Death” (2014) and is a black comedy about sex, love, relationships and taboo. Five couples, five problems, five ways to solve those problems … not all of these ways are correct. The film is about the taboo things we don’t talk about behind closed doors – on the big screen. Focusing on the problems and secret intimate dreams of five couples, it asks us whether its still worth telling our partner what we like best in the bedroom? From role-playing, getting aroused at the sight of tears, phone sex, or simply watching your sweetly sleeping partner, the film asks whether sharing all your intimate thoughts leads to the sex of your dreams or an embarrassing disaster, you’ll find out in this comedy.
Please note this film is not suitable for viewers under 18!
Doors open: 5:00pm
Film starts: 5:30 pm
Language: Estonian with English subtitles
Address: 141 Campbell St, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
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