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Earth (2001)

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Documentary following the changes in Finnish countryside and agriculture. Especially the effects of European Union membership on agriculture in Finland. The film follows events in three ... See full summary »

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Documentary following the changes in Finnish countryside and agriculture. Especially the effects of European Union membership on agriculture in Finland. The film follows events in three places during years 1996-2000. Written by Heikki Kantola <hezu+imdb at iki.fi>

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6 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Slow
10 September 2001 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

Not very entertaining, but a thoughtful portrayal of the plight of farmers in the face of globalization and EU policies in Finland. It takes a gradual approach through the lives of a group of farmers in a Finnish village slowly eroding. Recommended for those interested in the issue, but there is not much humour or drama here.


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