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Levottomat 3 - kun mikään ei riitä (2004)

Thirty-something Jonna, successful ad executive with cozy architect husband Niklas and two small children, leads a double life. She is constantly on the lookout for quick casual sex. When ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mi Grönlund ... Jonna
Nicke Lignell ... Niklas
... Aleksi
Amira Khalifa ... Nora
Hanna Kinnunen ... Helena (as Hanna Karjalainen)
Saija Lentonen ... Sanna
Jukka Puotila ... Herman
Miska Kaukonen ... Mika
Mika Räinä ... Markus
Edvard Lammervo ... Mikael
Fanny Mustala ... Iida
Eliel Lignell ... Aapo
Miina Maasola ... Heidi
Erkki Herola ... Ari Hautala
Jerry Mikkelinen ... Erik
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Thirty-something Jonna, successful ad executive with cozy architect husband Niklas and two small children, leads a double life. She is constantly on the lookout for quick casual sex. When she starts seeing handsome and rich young yacht owner Aleksi, things really start going awry in her personal and professional life. While her artist sister Sanna provides her with suitable alibis, TV sex therapist Nora tries to help her come to terms with her sex addiction. Written by Markku Kuoppamäki

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Mi Grönlund was chosen for the leading role through the reality show _"Haluatko filmitähdeksi?" (2003)_ (Who Wants to Be a Movie Star?, in English). See more »

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Nora: Could I have an ambulance to room 216?
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Follows Minä ja Morrison (2001) See more »

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Panik
Written by Ville Pusa
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The bad apple of a promising trilogy
18 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

Kieslowski's colour trilogy must had been some sort of an inspiration to all the unattached trilogies we're having these days. Producer Markus Selin is one of the most influential producers in the Finnish film scene and is often credited as the man who brought Finnish commercial cinema back after some 40 years of absence in late 1990's.

The so called Restless-trilogy was meant to be a series of films directed by young directors about the state of the young adults in Finland. A great subject and a great idea although one could see the commercial aspects of this money-making early 30's demographics shine through.

The first part of the trilogy "Levottomat" (Restless, 1999)can be seen as a huge success for Finnish cinema being controversial, sexy and very much tapped into the moment in time as well as the subject. The second part "Minä ja Morrison" (Me and Morrison, 2001) was slightly dimmer success as for some reason it wasn't marketed as the second part. The film and acting were good, though the story ended a little suddenly and the deeper aspects of modern young adulthood were more absent than in "Levottomat".

The third part i.e. "Levottomat 3" (Restless 3, 2004) was a complete let-down of the trilogy. Huge skin-deep marketing, poor acting, poor dialogue, poor story and safe and "pop" choices in casting made sure that the audience felt sick about the whole trilogy. It is told that screenwriters resigned throughout the project and in the end it was just pure bad luck that the last one's name ended up in the credits. Whereas the earlier parts got their young directors to a beginning of a promising career, this one must had been the worst call-card for the poor director who obviously didn't know what sort of a money-making machinery she was getting into.

Sure I should write something about the film itself. Well, dialogue in "Oxford Finnish" is the first thing to take you of the mood of getting into the story. The story itself about sex-addicted young mother getting de-railed for her ambitions has a certain contemporary touch to it but the solid numb acting between her and his husband and her and the new lover of doom leaves everyone stone cold. The plot shows how things get from bad to worse and then a shimmering happyish ending.

I think the only positive thing in this film was to tie it to the contemporary Helsinki scenery at the time when the nations biggest building project (Kamppi commercial and traffic centre) was being built right in the middle of the city. Well, that's about it.


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