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for people who remember Jaak Joala as marvelous musician
done in 1982 when Jaak Joala was a superstar as a musician in Soviet Union. So 90% of the music is in Russian. Good story lots of pop music by Joala and a great movie. Acting on a part of Joala is a bit week but well music makes up the little mistakes. During the film that circles around Baltic states while Joala's racing character Mati is racing you can see how did racing was in Soviet Union during the 80's.
Jaak Joala's band "Radar" is also the band who supports Joala's other character Toomas in the films musical appearances. For modern people a little bit strange sounds of 80's golden era music style Elektro pop so enjoy
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