I love the feeling of getting pure myth making propaganda injected straight into my veins. I tear up every time they show the bit from the 1947 with the first performance of Mu Isamaa on Minu Arm because this movie plays me like a damn fiddle despite me knowing that I am being played.
I just love this documentary. Maybe my third or fourth rewatch. A great mix of personal and political. It is not always good at giving the audience an overview of history, but it is really good at giving an overview of how the time felt. The historical information that is there around soft power is also just super fascinating and every time I watch it, I want to look up some of the books that delve deeper into that part of the Cold War conflict. (I never do because I find nonfiction hard to read but hey ho the desire is there)