DirectorSulev Nommik Written byEnn Vetemaa, Sulev Nommik LanguageEstonian
WriterEnn Vetemaa, Sulev Nommik Release date1972 Similar moviesSulev Nommik directed Noor pensionar and Mehed ei nuta
Noor pensionar (Estonian; English: A Young Retiree) is an Estonian comedy film from 1972, directed by Sulev Nommik and written by himself and Enn Vetemaa. Together with Viimne reliikvia, Siin me oleme! and Mehed ei nuta, Noor pensionar is one of the most influential Estonian movies from the Soviet occupation era.
One lovely day a young man, a former ballet dancer suddenly finds himself on a pension and begins searching for a new place in life. Fate brings him together with a rather mischievous young day for whom her mother has been trying to find a tutor. Many exciting events begin to take place.
A former ballet artist (played by Ervin Abel) unexpectedly finds himself retired and begins searching for new place in life, eventually becoming a hired tutor of a mischievous teenage daughter of a powerful mother. The results are hilarious.
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