Uuno has a new job at the travel agency. His in-law Tuura is taking holiday trip to Spain far away from his son in law. But who other than Uuno is his trip director in Spain. This holiday is going to be unforgettable.
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This really is the best Uuno-movie of the 80's alongside "Uuno Turhapuro Armeijan Leivissä". There's some really funny stuff and the story goes along pretty smoothly.
** POSSIBLE SPOILERS ** Uuno bangs his head accidentally so he can't remember who he is or who the people around him are. This results in some crazy scenes with cross-dressing and him thinking he's a woman and also a lebsian (free translation from a mispelled word used in the original =P ). ** SPOILER END **
There's also lots of non-related stuff in the movie that could be considered filler, but the stuff is just so good to miss. Sure, this humour is NOT for everyone, and probably not for people that don't understand Finnish language and the culture.
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