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Wow. Just... wow. Going into this- a nearly 2-hour black and white Estonian film set in a cripplingly-poor 19th century village- I was expecting arthouse drudgery. I couldn't have been more wrong: November is a beautiful, dark, confounding folktale streaked throughout with a rich vein of black humour (by the end someone will have eaten shit).
November is admittedly quite slight, even a bit cliché, in terms of its central story: a poor village girl falls…