This documentary tells the story of Jani, a 19-year-old drug addict living on social welfare among with his friends. Tired of his life in a remote city in Rovaniemi, he decides to travel by... See full summary »
Uuno is called to serve the rest of his military service. His father-in-law, Director Tuura has been appointed as a defence minister but he hasn't got any interest to free Uuno from his ... See full summary »
A comedy about Janne, a man from Lapland in Northern Finland, a man who has made a career out of living on welfare. Inari, his girlfriend, is tired of Janne's incapability of getting a grip... See full summary »
Uuno Turhapuro, a useless bum who has married money, creates havoc around his father-in-law's presidential campaign. He dresses up as his long-lost, wealthy brother from America, but things... See full summary »
It is the summer of 1941. An eastern-Finnish machine gun company receives an order to turn in their surplus equipment. The company is transferred to the front lines. The next morning the ... See full summary »
Häjyt tells a story of two friends who have a hard time finding their place in the society. Antti and Jussi are released from jail. While they were doing time for bank robbery, the third ... See full summary »
A bunch of over-aged Finnish teddy boys are doing what such people usually do: completely nothing except attempting to be cool. Of course everything will go wrong as the boys, or just childish grown-up men, want to make their own way. The film has no other point, or plot, unless you count that buying a pizza as such. Rock'n roll music, bad English (one should ask why?), no apparent good manners and some d-class Fonzie outfits will rumble on the scene for a brief time and a good thing is that the viewer is saved from the worst. What the viewer will get is a road movie that remotely resembles Kaurismäki's Leningrad Cowboys films. Here's one movie for you who don't look for too much sense in everything.
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