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Tuulinen päivä (1962)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Raili Metsä ... Kirsi
Yrjö Tähtelä ... Matti Kivekäs
Unto Salminen ... Old man
Herman Schaibel ... Jakob
Soili Poutiainen ... Girl
Juhani Juustinen ... Young man
Kaarlo Juurela ... Man thinking of Himself
Maija-Liisa Rönnberg ... Woman on boat
Liisa Pakarinen ... Land lady
Josef Kersch ... Jewish man
Ruben Fiedler ... Jewish man
Arvo Summanen ... Artist with mask
Paki Peltonen ... Man checking his pocket
Harri Kahramo ... Man in restaurant
Outi Pennanen ... Drawing woman


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9 November 1962 (Finland)  »

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Blåsig dag  »

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Windy Day
19 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

A Finnish B&W tale of a girl called Kirsi (Raili Metsä) who comes to Helsinki to look for a guy (Yrjö Tähtelä) with whom she spent a lovely summer in the archipelago. Finding him is difficult, but the process is more important than the outcome.

The film takes influence from the French New Wave and is clearly more ambitious and experimental than most Finnish films of the time: the plot is secondary to the atmosphere and the director uses mainly visual methods to portray Kirsi's nonlinear journey. Wide shots of scenery and infrastructure take turns with intimate close-ups of faces, bodies and other details. The sparse dialog is rather stiff and formal, presumably intentionally, but the exotic-looking Raili Metsä fits in her role well. The music consists of avant-garde jazz by Otto Donner, emphasizing the dreamlike style of the visuals. Even if Tuulinen päivä isn't a masterpiece of impressionism, I'm very supportive of this type of filmmaking in Finland. More, please!

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