The Winds of Milky Way
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The Winds of Milky Way

1977 52m Documentary Tallinnfilm

  • Audio: Estonian
    Subtitles: Estonian

Documentary of cultural anthropology about the ethnography and ethnogenesis of the Finno-Ugric peoples is a sequel to the documentary "The Waterfowl People" (1970) directed by Lennart Meri. The author of the film interprets the kinship, linguistic and cultural relations of the Finno-Ugric peoples. Finns, Vepsians, Votes, Setos, Erzya-Mordvinians, Mansis, Hungarians, Sámi, Nganasans and Estonians appear in the film. The film was shot in 1977 on locations in northern Finland, Sámi, Vepsia, Votia, Mordovia, Khantia-Mansia, Hungary, the Taymyr Peninsula, Setomaa region in Estonia and in Saaremaa and Muhu islands, Estonia. Some footage was also filmed in Nenetsia in 1970. The film was the first international co-production completed in collaboration with Finnish Mainos TV and Hungarian Television.

  • Director
    • Lennart Meri
  • Writer
    • Lennart Meri
  • Camera Operator
    • Rein Maran
  • Text Writer
    • Lennart Meri
  • Composer
    • Veljo Tormis
  • Sound Designer
    • Enn Säde
  • Editors
    • Enn Säde / Eevi Säde / Kai Schönberg
  • Narrator
    • Mikk Mikiver


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