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If you don't possess a vast knowledge about Finnish comedy series history don't bother to watch this film: every character in it is taken from these old comedy shows of the 80's, so actually most of the characters in the film are played by just a handful of actors. And, if you don't know the history, you wont know the characters and there fore you most like wont get any of the jokes or hit phrases.
But then again, this all matters very little, because the flick just ain't funny. Sure, there are couple of grins gained from the sheer stupidity of the film, but there's nothing remotely genuinely funny about it.
I doubt there was as small amount of money spent on this film as possible. I also suspect, that there was smallest amount of time possible spent shooting the film.
Hard to say much positive about this one. Sheer stupidity.
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