A black and gloomy comedically stylized film about a young ice cream seller, Roob, who, almost by chance and thanks to his "multibusinessman" boss, happens to land the leading role in an underground porno film. Though the youngsters in the lead roles of the porno film realize that they have crossed the line that most of their fellow citizens might denounce as indecent, their helpless actions are somewhat pardoned by their curiosity and inexperience. The same cannot be said for the film crew, who are pragmatic and down-trodden and for whom there is no difference whether they are selling potatoes at the market or making a porno - as long as the money keeps rolling in.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Marianne Kõrver (1980) studied at the Department of Film and Video at the Tallinn Pedagogical University. She has worked as a Director and Director of Photography on several documentary films. Recently Baltic Film and Media Schooli MA student, has participated in number of different educational programs, such as: Berlinale Talent Campus 2003, script writers Film Program in Cannes 2003.
Filmography: The Elusive Miracle ( short, 2006), The Sum of Absent Days (documentary, 2005)