The world renowned Estonian conductor Tonu Kaljuste, the favourite of composer Arvo Pärt, wants to build an opera house called Nargen Opera on Naissaar, an island, which not long ago was a closed Soviet military base, does not have a regular ferry line, no electricity and has only one permanent resident. Against the odds and the opposition of the financial world, he wants to establish a unique cultural centre, where traditions and modern times meet. To put his idea into practice, he brings operas on stage on the mainland to raise money from the ticket sales, and carries construction materials and other necessities to the island in his own small boat. Along the way, he faces unexpected difficulties and finds himself in almost absurd situations.
"The Bewitchers" is a story of a traditional south Estonian witchcraft, where bewitcher or witch, puts an evil eye on the animals, sometimes on the children of the bewitched person. The main reason for bewitchery is considered to be envy, which is why" The Bewitchers" crew travels to Vorumaa to search for answers. To save themselves from bewitching the crew an exorcist who casts a protective spell over them. From there on the crew visits the bewitched villagers in order to disclose the bewitcher. After the thrilling and mystical stories the bewitcher will be found.
In the village of Luutsniku, lives a man called Heino Hunt. He lives by himself in a big forest, in the middle of ancient Livonia, which was through to be the home of werewolves. The village people warn passers-by not to deal with him, because there is something wrong with the man. Some people are hostile towards him, some are afraid of him but one thing is taken for granted - Heino is a werewolf.