Huge cruise ships come to Tallinn in summer, each one carrying thousands of tourists mostly from the United States. They stay in Tallinn just for 6 hours. Endless lines of bus-drivers, tour-guides and tour-managers await them in the harbor. The cruisers rush through the main sightseeing locations, eat out in town and board the ship again. Tallinn is just another pit stop on their long route. The pier is filled with waving customs officers exhausted from the day's tense work. "6 Hours" tells a humorous story about one summer day in the Eastern European town called Tallinn.
Estonian Stories. Pastacas
PASTACAS aka RAMO TEDER is a mystical guy. He makes strange and infatuating folktronical music, and draws on top of his oil-paintings with a ball-point pen (the name Pastacas in estonian means ball-point pen). His music is known from Finland to Tokyo. He lives in south-western Finland in a small idyllic village with his wife piia and daughter Pihla. He composes his music from miniature parts, which put together form a lyrically strange whole. Ramo is a traveller and musician, Estonian artist living abroad.