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Aimo (Character)
from Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010)

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Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale -- In this darkly comic gem, it's Christmas Eve in northern Finland, and an archeological dig has just unearthed Santa Claus. But this Santa isn't one you want coming to town. When local children begin disappearing, Pietari and his father capture the mythological being and attempt to sell Santa to the corporation sponsoring the dig.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale -- On Christmas Eve in Finland, Santa Claus is unearthed in an archaeological dig. Soon after, children start disappearing, leading a boy and his father to capture Santa and, with the help of fellow hunters, they look to sell him back to the corporation that sponsored the dig. And then there's Santa's elves, who are determined to free their leader...

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Marker

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  1. Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010) Played by Tommi Korpela
    ... aka "Rare Exports" - Finland (original title)

  2. The Official Rare Exports Inc. Safety Instructions 2005 (2005) Played by Tommi Korpela (as Marker)
  3. Rare Exports Inc. (2003) Played by Tommi Korpela (as Marker)

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From Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010)
Riley: [in English] Who are you? Where are my men?
Rauno Kontio: [in Finnish] Say something.
Aimo: [in English] Yeah, yeah, we are men. Let's do business.
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