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Koit from Lauküla| 5mins
Director: Maria Kivirand, Robi Uppin | Producer: Maria Kivirand
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Estonia
Subject Tags: community, estonia, europe, global, globalization, governance, livelihood, politics
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In Estonia there is a small village called Lauküla. There lives an old lady named Koit. She mostly gets her everyday groceries from the bus-shop. On that day when the bus-shop stops at Lauküla, the film crew listened to what she has to say. As country life in Estonia is not easy, she has many opinions about the present society and its future.

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