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Kenen joukoissa seisot (2006)

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Credited cast:
Tarmo Aaltonen Tarmo Aaltonen
Pekka Aarnio Pekka Aarnio
Kaj Chydenius Kaj Chydenius
Charlotta Ericson Charlotta Ericson
Minna Haapala Minna Haapala
Apeli Halinen Apeli Halinen
Leena Havukainen Leena Havukainen
Riitta Havukainen Riitta Havukainen
Asko Heinonen Asko Heinonen
Tuomo Holopainen Tuomo Holopainen
Pirjo Hytönen Pirjo Hytönen
Minna Jurvanen-Bagdasarov Minna Jurvanen-Bagdasarov
Olli Kalpio Olli Kalpio
Monna Kamu Monna Kamu
Heljä Ketola Heljä Ketola


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Documentary | Music







Release Date:

17 March 2006 (Finland) See more »

Also Known As:

Revolution See more »


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€240,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)


Color | Black and White (archive footage)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Unusually film was nominated also for best direction in Jussi Awards, not only for best documentary. See more »


Tunnetko vihollisen
Composed by Eero Ojanen
Lyrics by Aulikki Oksanen
Performed by Aulikki Oksanen
Love Records
Warner/Chappell Music Finland
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Strange times recalled
3 November 2006 | by rpowell-4See all my reviews

The title means, roughly, "Whose side are you on?"

Finland in the 1970s was home to one of the stranger political phenomena of that era. A significant proportion of the country's youth became infatuated with the Soviet Union, in an uncritical, often absurd and sometimes sinister way. This infatuation took a number of forms; this watchable documentary concentrates on its musical manifestations, though without going deeply into the motivations of the people involved. One has to admit that the musical vanguard of this revolution which never happened could sing: but how smug they looked, and what songs they sang! Was there anywhere else in the world where people freely sang songs denouncing a free trade agreement with the Common Market (as the predecessor to the EU was known)?

Finland has hit the headlines earlier this year with its stunning Eurovision victory; back in 1972 or thereabouts it might well have ended up represented by Agitprop. In their way they were perhaps as scary as Lordi, and not half as funny. Six out of ten.

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