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Roskisprinssi (2011)

Director:

Raimo O. Niemi (as Raimo O Niemi)

Writers:

Tuija Lehtinen (novel), Juuli Niemi (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Konsta Laakso Konsta Laakso ... Körri's banger
Timo Lavikainen ... Newspaper editor
Max Ovaska Max Ovaska ... Körri
Marjaana Maijala Marjaana Maijala ... Lulu's mother
Heikki Silvennoinen Heikki Silvennoinen ... Saastamoinen
Antti Virmavirta Antti Virmavirta ... Markku Laakso
Mari Perankoski Mari Perankoski ... Kaija
Joonas Makkonen ... Körri's banger
Oiva Lohtander Oiva Lohtander ... Pikku-Antti
Risto Salmi Risto Salmi ... Iso-Antti
Kari Heiskanen Kari Heiskanen ... Juhani Pohjakallio
Maija Paunio Maija Paunio ... Rauha
Jon Jon Geitel Jon Jon Geitel ... Jed (as Jon-Jon Geitel)
Jon Eikemo Jon Eikemo ... Börje
Pihla Maalismaa Pihla Maalismaa ... Lulu
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Official Sites:

Official site [Finland]

Country:

Finland | Norway

Language:

Finnish

Release Date:

29 July 2011 (Finland) See more »

Also Known As:

Garbage Prince See more »

Filming Locations:

Joensuu, Finland

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Budget:

€1,647,579 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Soundtracks

Paikkani tiedän
Music and lyrics by Mikko Pohjola
Performed by Mikko Pohjola
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typical Finnish humour for youth
1 June 2012 | by hanagomolakovaSee all my reviews

saw this at the Zlín film festival, Czech Republic, and out of the six films I managed to see in two days, this was the strongest one. A prince/Cinderella story set in Finland's small town, the director managed to give the audience a picture of how people perceive the Helsinki "upper class". With humour and story-telling so familiar from the Kaurismaki movies, the film begins with little expectations but surprises at the end when everything wraps up just the perfect way. Emotions are also "second-hand", given to you only after you get to know the characters. Everything wraps up perfectly - Kaurismaki-style. A great film for the young audience.


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