Tallinn's Solaris Cinema is today screening “Lisa Limone & Maroc Orange,” the first feature-length, stereoscopic animation produced in Estonia.
The stop motion animation, directed by Mait Laas, is essentially an opera dealing with the topics of illegal immigration and slavery in modern times, reported ETV.
The sound track includes Italian, French, English and Estonian languages. Voice-over work was done by well-known Estonian singers and actors.
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