Jussi, a student admired by all women, is inadvertently selected to represent both left-wing and right-wing parties in the parliamentary elections. All Jussi cares about is the beautiful, blonde Irmeli.
Uuno Turhapuro finds his doppelganger, Hugo, who happens to be a computer genius. Hugo helps Uuno save his father-in-law's business (and Uuno's inheritance) while Uuno helps Hugo win the heart of the love of his life.
This film is the second silver screen adaption of the Finnish war book by Väinö Linna with the same name as the film. The story is based on Linna's experiences as an infantry man in the ... See full summary »
Uuno's father-in-law councillor Tuura moves to the country with his wife and daughter Elisabeth. Uuno joins them when it turns out Tuura's mansion is on the construction site of a new road. Tuura however is set on preventing this.
This is by far margin the worst movie I have ever seen. There is REALLY nothing good in there, not even a single joke. I presume those who participated must have in deprived of money and seen this as easy cash. If you're able to watch this through all the way you deserve a medal. This is pure "scheisse", and naturally there can be classics even in this genre but this is definitely not among them. Avoid this one at all cost, and if you, for some mysterious reason end up watching this you can congratulate yourself that you've seen something that represents some of the lowest points of human "culture".
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