After not seeing each other for years, Anna and her former school bully Jasmine suddenly meet, when Jasmine brings her daughter to Anna’s dance class. The encounter turns a cheerful class into a battleground, when emotions blur Anna’s judgment.
Finns born in the 1960s and 1970s talk about the intergenerational trauma caused by World War II and how it affected emotional expression in their families and cultivated an atmosphere of hard work and diligence.
A filmmaker relates her vision for directing a neo-western in grainy, transitory images. She imagines that the greatest hurdle her protagonists, Yassine and Hami, have to face is the friendly but firm rejection of Finnish society. When violence on the imaginary frontier escalates in the form of a flying potato, the ‘fictitious’ figures begin to speak about their real experiences.
Granada, Terhi’s first car is broken. Money is tight and fixing the car is expensive. Terhi’s mother insists on getting rid of the useless vehicle that has become a money pit. Terhi is hoping to get the repairs done and drive the car to Germany, where it could be sold for a higher price. Letting go of an old, historic car proves to be harder than expected.
A visual recording of the silence that occurred when cultural spaces were closed in 2022. How does the stage or stalls of a theatre look and feel, when there’s no play, no performance and no audience present?
On the verge of her marital life, a young woman makes a journey into the night to find out why she has lost her heartbeat and turned golden.