Tallinn Under the Horns

Tallinn Under the Horns

Tallinn Under the Horns is a movie starring Ingmar Aasoja, Janno Tony Alajärv, and Kädi Eitar. What started as a simple trip to a festival with friends became a full-fledged, 45 minute documentary.

Running Time
46 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sebastian Dörner
Sebastian Dörner
Janno Tony Alajärv, Ingmar Aasoja, Kädi Eitar, Kaido Haavandi
Estonia, Germany, UK
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Tallinn Under the Horns» (17)

Gloria L. avatar
Gloria L.

When you ask musicians from Scandinavia about Estonia, you normally get: "Oh, that country you can go to by ferry to get cheap beer?" Well - true that - but Estonia and its capital Tallinn are way more than that. After Estonia struggled for centuries with different occupying forces like Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Russia and finally got its independence in 1991, extreme music thrived. Death and Black Metal could arise due to the commitment and devotion of some strong individuals who got close together. Tallinn is considered to be the melting pot and powerhouse of the scene and created bands like Sorts, Manatark, Tharaphita, Loits, Süngehel and Thou Shell Of Death.

Ethan avatar

Super cool Documentary, fun time at the flicks!

Marie avatar

Kaido Haavandi a good actor. It was pretty entertaining, I recommend it

Alan avatar

We only rented it because we love Ingmar Aasoja. Turns out it was a really good movie.

Rebecca avatar

Watched it twice already. It's one of the best films I've watched this year.

Juan M. avatar
Juan M.

Waaaaaayyyyy better than I thought it would be based on the previews.

Julie avatar

It was a decent movie. Very entertaining!

Louis avatar

If you are movie fans you'll love the film! Totally worth the experience!

Cynthia Morris avatar
Cynthia Morris

Great cast, acting and directing. Loved it, very entertaining.

Keith avatar

This movie is actually pretty darn great. Sebastian Dörner made a really good movie.