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A Fragile World

The film depicts two different worlds – man made and natural – opposites both in terms of content and form.

 

One of the most striking features of Estonian nature are its bog landscapes. Bogs act as a kind of filter by absorbing exhaust gas and cleaning the air for people to breathe. Bogs are also good at safeguarding groundwater. Still, it is not all blue skies ahead for these natural landscapes.

 

The film depicts two different worlds, opposites both in terms of content and form. Products of evolution, the irregular natural landscapes together with their inhabitants stand in opposition to manmade regularity, perfectly straight mining fields.

 

Director Ants Tammik
Cinematographer Ants Tammik
Composer Aivar Surva

 

Length: 38’16’’
Year of production: 2016

 

Awards:
Matsalu Nature Film Festival 2016, best cinematography in the category ‘Man and Nature’