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Satu Tuuli Karhu,
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Ville, 25, is a downbeat former child star who's successfully avoided his womanizing rock 'n' roll dad for years. Everything changes when his dad moves into his flat and they both fall in love with the same American line-dancing teacher.
Emilie de Ravin,
A Secret Service agent is framed as the mole in an assassination attempt on the President. He must clear his name and foil another assassination attempt while on the run from a Secret Service Protective Intelligence Division agent.
Rumble is a story of four aged rockabillies' journey in 2000's Finnish summer driving red Cadillac while listening 50's rock and roll. These dim-men's life is all about music and ingesting different alcoholic beverages with Dillinger pizza.
This is a must for at least all finnish movie fans (with subtitles, why not for everybody). Rumble is by far the funniest finnish movie I've ever seen. About an hour long Rumble is categorized here as an adventure movie, and that may be, but it's also a road movie and a hilarious comedy. This film has been a huge success among my friends and the catchphrases have come to be very popular and ever so funny as we sometimes yell: "Dillinger! Where are you!?". Having said all these things I have to point out that even the actors give a memorable performance, which is, sad to say, somewhat rare in finnish cinema (at least for me, anyway). Vesa-Matti Loiri and Tommi Korpela among others deliver as greasy-haired (George Clooney in O Brother Where Art Thou, anyone?), cry-baby dress code characters in search for long lost Dillinger. To know who is this Dillinger, I suggest you try to find out yourselves. Summa summarum, watch this film (if you can get it anywhere) with a bunch of friends after couple of beers and you're guaranteed to laugh your nickers off!
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