The Living Room of the Nation is a documentary film that portrays a number of Finnish living rooms. The film is a story of changes, the inevitable passing of time, and the human desire to be needed, visible.
The history of 100 year old Finlands told through philosopher Bruno which moved to Lapland to cure his writer's block. When invited to the great royal ball, he'll have to take a 1200 km road trip through Finland with taxi.
What a wonderful film! It's a breath of fresh air that mixes samurai, exploitation and loads of art house to create a wonderful, weird masterpiece! Please, find this, rent this, buy this and watch this.
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