The Blue Hills

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Sinimäed
(English: The Blue Hills)
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Directed by Raimo Jõerand
Produced by Kiur Aarma
Written by Kiur Aarma, Eerik-Niiles Kross, Raimo Jõerand
Music by Ardo Ran Varres
Cinematography Manfred Vainokivi
Release date
  • 8 May 2006 (2006-05-08)
Running time
59 minutes
Country Estonia
Language Estonian

The Blue Hills (Estonian: Sinimäed) is a 2006 Estonian film directed by Raimo Jõerand. It is a documentary film about the 1944 Battle of Tannenberg Line. Based upon the war diaries of Paul Maitla, the film tells the story of this epic battle and the young Estonian men who had to choose between two totalitarian powers. The film received special mention at the 10th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival.[1]

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