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Miekkailija is a movie starring Märt Avandi, Ursula Ratasepp, and Hendrik Toompere Sr.. Fleeing from the Russian secret police, a young Estonian fencer is forced to return to his homeland, where he becomes a physical education...

Genres
Drama, History, Sport, Biography
Director
Klaus Härö
Starring
Hendrik Toompere Sr., Ursula Ratasepp, Märt Avandi, Liisa Koppel

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Product details

Genres Drama, History, Sport, Biography
Director Klaus Härö
Writer Anna Heinämaa
Stars Hendrik Toompere Sr., Ursula Ratasepp, Märt Avandi, Liisa Koppel
Country Germany, Finland, Estonia
Also Known As Szermierz, O Esgrimista, Scrimerul, Ο ξιφομάχος, Fægteren, Endel - der Fechter, El último duelo, 擊劍大師, Le Maître d'Escrime, Fäktaren, Fekteren, Vehkleja, Mačevalac, こころに剣士を, El esgrimista, Die Kinder des Fechters, A vívó, La clase de esgrima, The Fencer
Runtime 1 h 39 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Fleeing from the Russian secret police, a young Estonian fencer is forced to return to his homeland, where he becomes a physical education teacher at a local school. The past however catches up and puts him in front of a difficult choice.

Top reviews

Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 08:50

What a beautiful movie! I cried a lot during the last 30 minutes or so. I'm still thinking about the tears I shed during the last 20 minutes or so. I'm a pretty happy guy myself, but that was just a moment when I was truly happy for Miekkailija. She showed so much passion for volleyball. In the beginning I thought it was just another story of a tough Romanian boy with heart issues and such, but it was much more. It's a true story of a coach of some sort, a family man, who has to pick a girl from a brothel. He also shows a big amount of passion and dedication towards the sport of volleyball. I really liked how the movie showed both sides of the story and the emotions the characters went through. I'm pretty sure this story is true, but no one can tell me how. So I will just take my time and go and read a book about this story. That will be just great. I'm sure this is just the beginning of a wonderful story. I will be reading more about it, and I will also watch it again. I will definitely recommend it to my friends, so they can see how true, beautiful, and emotional this movie was. I also recommend the movie to people who are fans of volleyball or any sport at all, you'll definitely enjoy the story and the love and passion the coach and the team share for the sport. It's very touching, and it also has a beautiful message about perseverance and perseverance, but also about having the courage to be yourself no matter what the cost. It's definitely a movie that will stay with you.
Friday, 22 May 2020 17:21

I grew up watching movies, especially war movies, of all kinds and it's always fascinating to see movies from different perspectives and perspectives of a particular region. I've always liked its director Žižek, especially his first documentary, Debito. My feelings about Michael Haneke are well known: he is highly prolific and his movies deal with issues and human behavior that have a lot of ethical and moral difficulties. And Haneke's films are highly imaginative. But they lack an easily recognizable narrative, and his style is highly stylized, which makes the movies less accessible. It's just like a number of funny French movies of the 90's that made me laugh because they were based on a serial-innovation, and didn't have an obvious narrative. And then came the rare cinema of Michael Haneke and the eccentric experimentalism and his films had an incredibly personal and emotional connection with me. I had no idea of the depth of his work before, and I saw it like I always dreamed it could be like this, with these dark questions. And it's really wonderful to see and hear him talk about it and his feeling for this movie, which is just magical. Anyway, about the most important thing: the most personal movies are the ones that explore inner affairs of our souls, the stories of our past and the most universal movie is the one that talks about humanity and human history. Here, Michael Haneke tells us what makes us human, about our struggles in this world and how we deal with it, and the problem of right and wrong. And it's very well done. The cinematography is also well done, it's very good, the flashbacks are well written and well photographed and the abstract conversations of the elders are very entertaining. If you are a great admirer of his work, don't miss it. For me, this movie is in the top 10 of his work in my opinion.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 10:24

*SPOILERS* Two generations ago, young Miekkailija (Anneli Mede) was tortured and raped. Her family didn't believe her story, and her father sent her to a boarding school. After one year, when Miekkailija was 15, she confessed to her father that she was raped by a German captain, a member of the Nazi party, whom she didn't know. She was taken back to Germany, and was subjected to rigorous physical and psychological examinations. Miekkailija later committed suicide, because she was too ashamed. Now in the present day, 15-year-old Miekkailija (Ella Skrzypacki) is on the run, and she is being pursued by a Nazi hunting group. She is being forced to wear a red cap to hide her identity, and faces extreme harassment by the SS. She is now being taken to a concentration camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau, but it is not in her homeland. In the small town of Utti in Serbia, Miekkailija is hiding from the Nazis. Her mother is dying, and her father has no idea that she is going to die. After three years, Miekkailija is about to be transferred to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Before she goes, she decides to take her mother's ashes with her. The family is forced to sign an agreement, not to tell anyone what has happened to their daughter, and to find the children's father. Miekkailija starts to suspect that her father might be hiding in a concentration camp. She goes into hiding, and is given false information. It is later discovered that her father has joined the SS, and is hiding out in Utti. After an attack in a village, Miekkailija has to flee her country. The family later takes refuge in the castle of a Nazi hunter, and Miekkailija agrees to marry him. But when she reaches Utti, she discovers that her husband has been taken by the Nazis. She runs away from the castle, but is eventually caught by her husband's father. He is given a choice: if he keeps his daughter in the castle, he will allow Miekkailija to stay in the castle, or else his daughter will be sent back to Utti. Miekkailija is not able to explain to her father that he must choose his daughter's fate. After this terrible revelation, Miekkailija decides to stay in the castle. The director describes the events of the rest of the film as a comedy. She says, "I thought I would be laughed at. I thought it would be like 'Goethe, let the powers that be laugh at me.' But when I saw the reactions of the crowd at the screening, I realized I was wrong. I thought, wow, this was really funny." The film was highly criticized at the time. The film's large budget made it difficult to produce. In 1978, it was released in the United States on video. The film received several positive reviews from critics, and audiences found the humor in the film. But the film was never the success it was hoped it would be. It was further criticized because the film's subject matter was a taboo subject. The director was not interested in telling the story of the Holocaust, but rather a story of a "misunderstood family." This was criticized by critics, especially those who thought the film was insensitive to the Holocaust, such as Richard Saperstein, the "ultimate Holocaust denier." The film was released to much publicity, and bombed. In its first week, it grossed $9,000. The film earned $25
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 23:42

This movie is about a war that took place in the Balkans in the late 1980's between the Serbs and the Bosnians. It is about the struggles and revenge that was taking place as the old man, Skopje, was dying. It was about what his family and everyone else was doing in their efforts to get him out of the hospital. I was completely shocked and surprised by the portrayals of the characters, particularly by the male lead. I have read that this is a love story, but this movie showed it in a way that was completely shocking. The slow pacing of the film was kept, the pacing of this movie was also kept. It was very slow and it was showing everything. One word that came to mind was cinematic. I was very impressed. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to understand and see the politics behind an event in history that I am very proud to have been a part of. This movie also took a lot of what happened during the war and made it into a movie. It was an interesting portrayal of what was going on at the time. I felt that the story was told very well and very well, and also did a great job of showing the complex political and ethnic conflicts that was taking place during that time. I also felt that the emotion of the movie was very well done and it went beyond the political and ethnic conflicts. It really went into the story of the family that was dealing with the events that were taking place at the time. I give this movie a very high rating. I will go see it again. I'm glad that this film did what it was trying to do, and that it did this without the involvement of corporate interests. I think that this is an important film that the world needs to see, because history is very important to everyone, whether they are believers or unbelievers. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand a bit about the world of the Balkans and the fight for peace.


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