Vogue hails 'Tangerines' as year's most effective anti-war movie ({{commentsTotal}})

A scene from the film, "Tangerines". Source: (ERR)
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Vogue, world's most renown fashion and lifestyle magazine, has put together a short overview of this year's Oscar-nominated foreign films, and calls the Estonian entry "this year's most effective anti-war movie."

"One of the toughest races at the Oscars is for the honor of Best Foreign Language Film. Competing with the absolute best movies from all over the world, it’s a tremendous accomplishment to be named one of the five films that make it into the final round," editor Patricia Garcia writes.

The Oscar gala will take place on February 22.

Editor: M. Oll



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