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In a remote Estonian village, three children from the city are forced to spend the summer on their grandfather’s farm. Determined to make them see the simple beauty of country living, he sets them to work, only to have the little scumbags accidentally set loose his prized and thoroughly mistreated cow. Now they have only 24 hours to find and milk the rogue bovine before its exponentially expanding udders explode and unleash the Lactopalypse.

In Estonian with English subtitles.


Mikk Mägi, Oskar Lehemaa


Märt Avandi, Jaagup Kreem, Jan Uuspõld, Oskar Lehemaa, Mikk Mägi

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  • BBFC Ratings Info (May Contain Spoilers)


    There is use of strong language (‘f**k’), as well as milder terms (‘dick’, ‘shit’, ‘cock’, ‘ass’, ‘hell’, ‘God’).

    rude humour

    There is frequent crude humour, including allusions to masturbation when a man is milking a cow. Sounds of flatulence, images of animal faeces, milk and bodily fluids are used for comic effect or innuendo throughout the film. It is implied that a sentient tree is receiving sexual pleasure from vehicles driving into and reversing out of a large hole in its trunk. There is a brief, undetailed reference to bondage.

    A man is briefly seen using a bong. A man is impaled on a cow’s horn, and when he is removed, a comically large and unrealistic blood spurt erupts from his wound. There are moments of mild horror, and scenes of threat in which characters are briefly in danger from wild animals and fantastical robots. Characters force a man to the ground and it is implied they beat him with their fists, however the context is comic, and the violence is undetailed and stylised.