One night of 1930, nationalist thugs violently abduct Ketola from his home in Finland. Beaten and forced to walk the Eternal Road towards a foreign Soviet Russia, his only dream is to return to his family cost it what it may.
Sidse Babett Knudsen,
Pekka tells his parents and two sisters he is a successful businessman, while conning strangers for money and scraps of food. Things come to a head when the parents decide to come visit him unannounced.
The Grump prepares to die - everything is done and his wife is dead. He's making his own coffin when the life walks in, all of a sudden. The granddaughter needs the stubbornness and wisdom ... See full summary »
Satu Tuuli Karhu,
Little Wing tells the story of 12-year-old Varpu (Linnea Skog), who's quickly growing to adulthood, and about her mother (Paula Vesala), who doesn't want to grow up. Varpu lives with her mother and has never met her father. One night Varpu has enough of her riding buddies and her mother. She steals a car and drives up north in search of her father, of whom she only knows the name. But her father is not exactly what she had expected. Meeting him trigger something in Varpu and Siru's life, making them realize their role in each other's lives, and in the world.
(I'm sorry for my bad English) I can describe this movie in one sentence: This a movie which doesn't take any risks. It was really boring cinematicly and story... well, nothing special. This movie is not original in any way. It's a movie for womens.
Is that drama that we see the mother crying over her child and then we see that the child is doing alright. Is that dramatic in any way? I didn't cry nor laugh. It was just weird.'And when the mother cries to her child, it's has shown as a comic relief like what is this?? Why director wants to make sad things funny but when he want's to make people cry, there is nothing for cry about because the child is doing fine.
There is one thing that I like this movie and that is that the schizophrenia was showed really mature way.
It was not a bad movie but me, person who watches over 200 movies in a year, it was not speciall in any way.
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