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Run Sister Run! (2010)

Sisko tahtoisin jäädä (original title)
Emilia is a teenager and a good girl, who never forgets her homework or her little sister, Elsa. Siiri is just one year older than Emilia but not at all like her. When Emilia and Siiri ... See full summary »

Director:

Marja Pyykkö
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1 win & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

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Ada Kukkonen Ada Kukkonen ... Emilia Kuuranne
Sara Melleri Sara Melleri ... Siiri
Anna-Leena Uotila Anna-Leena Uotila ... Elsa
Seppo Pääkkönen Seppo Pääkkönen ... Juhani
Kristiina Halttu Kristiina Halttu ... Tuula
Heikki Nousiainen Heikki Nousiainen ... Pentti Tapani Ronkainen
Santeri Kinnunen Santeri Kinnunen ... Esa
Riitta Havukainen Riitta Havukainen ... Sari
Samuli Niittymäki ... Tommi
Henri Huttunen Henri Huttunen ... Iivo
Anita Ruokolainen Anita Ruokolainen ... Minna
Tytti Junna Tytti Junna ... Juulia
Roope Karisto Roope Karisto ... Antti
Tiia Louste Tiia Louste ... Koulupsykologi
Niko Saarela ... Tero
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Storyline

Emilia is a teenager and a good girl, who never forgets her homework or her little sister, Elsa. Siiri is just one year older than Emilia but not at all like her. When Emilia and Siiri become friends, Emilia's life changes. Siiri encourages her to take a leap, shake the rules and leave princess dreams behind. These two will have fun together, but not only good times. Written by Zetannah

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Drama

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Trivia

Director Marja Pyykkö played "Broken Boy Soldiers" by The Raconteurs during the crew meetings to help everybody find a right feeling for the movie. See more »

Connections

Featured in Popkult: Sopivaa vai sopimatonta? (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Moottoritie on kuuma
Written by Pelle Miljoona, Ari Taskinen
Performed by Ada Kukkonen, Sara Melleri
Love Kustannus
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A Typical Finnish Movie
20 April 2011 | by marine-mostwantedoSee all my reviews

I'm a Finn, yup, and I never liked Finnish movies. We have this weird attraction to depression, and it reflects the in local filmography.

Two crazy girls doing random and stupid stuff, while the filmmakers try to make something epic out of it. Just sad. But, a good example of our teenagers.

I wish I could tell more. You don't even need a script for this kind of movie.

To summarize - dumb, boring, weird, awful, dumb, boring, weird, awful, dumb, boring, weird, awful, dumb, boring, weird, awful.

Go watch Renny Harlin or something... Our savior.


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Country:

Finland

Language:

Finnish

Release Date:

13 August 2010 (Finland) See more »

Also Known As:

If I Stay It Will Be Double See more »

Filming Locations:

Pasila, Helsinki, Finland See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

EUR1,552,334 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,636,669
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Company Credits

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Nelonen, Solar Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (35 mm prints)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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