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Lugubrious Finns Valto and Reino take to the road in search of coffee and vodka, without which their lives are not worth living. But their reveries are interrupted by the arrival of garrulous Russian Klaudia and Estonian Tatiana - who are clearly interested in the two men, despite the language barrier. But what are the chances of getting a response from men who prefer staring at vodka bottles to talking? Written by
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The movie is in black and white. Which makes it easy to find yourself going back in time and feel the slower pace of life. The storyline is very poor. There isn't really happening anything. One character is drinking coffee at each opportunity, the other is drinking that much vodka, that a normal person would die instantly (he drinks it as a bottle of water). There are almost no dialogs as the two men are constantly drinking and the two women can't really speak the same language. The on board car-coffee maker and car vinyl LP-player are a very nice touch. I wonder what has happened with the mother that was locked into a cupboard at the start of the movie.
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