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A genius satire... or is it?
16 December 2005 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Mennen tullen is a mixture of comedy and crime series, provided by famous comedy troupe from Finland called Julmahuvi. Funny thing is, that this mini series makes such an impressive satire of mystery/crime genre, that it almost ceases to be a satire, not to mention, comedy. Of course, the plot is pretty weird and the characters are crazy as hell, and it has some damn funny gags, but you won't find yourself laughing when you watch this. Oh no. This makes the viewer gape for amazement. You should really watch the previous things that Julmahuvi has made before you watch this, because otherwise you won't understand the characters, but then you can let yourself to dive into a two-hour pool of genius directing, magnificent plot twists, all those little things you take serious no matter how ridiculous they are. You will completely forget that this is a comedy, and start wondering who is the murderer and what the hell is going on. Plus, you can see Finland's best actors play almost all the important male roles. A masterpiece.


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