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Heidi Hakala

Heidi Hakala is an actress and writer, known for Monday (2004), Bugi Fiction (2003) and El' Pok Erimas Sacre (2002). See full bio »

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Known For

Monday
Monday Tyttöystävä (Girlfriend)
(2004)
Bugi Fiction
Bugi Fiction Customer in Bar / Houston's Assistant
(2003)
El' Pok Erimas Sacre
(2002)
Frankenström
Frankenström Police Special Forces
(2001)

Filmography

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 2004 Monday (Short)
Tyttöystävä (Girlfriend)
 2003 Bugi Fiction (Video)
Customer in Bar / Houston's Assistant
 2001 Frankenström (Video)
Police Special Forces
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (3 credits)
 2004 Monday (Short)
 2003 Bugi Fiction (Video)
 2002 El' Pok Erimas Sacre (Video short)
Hide Hide Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
 2003 Bugi Fiction (Video) (still photographer)
 2001 Frankenström (Video) (still photographer)
Hide Hide Show Show Costume designer (2 credits)
 2004 Monday (Short)
 2003 Bugi Fiction (Video)
 2004 Monday (Short) (assistant director)
Hide Hide Show Show Editor (1 credit)
 2001 Frankenström (Video)
Hide Hide Show Show Set decorator (1 credit)
 2004 Monday (Short)
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 2003 Bugi Fiction (Video) (script supervisor)

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