Birds in the Earth is a short film based on dance and experimental storytelling. The Sámi dance students, Birit and Katja Haarla, dance through the villages and lost woods of Sámi land all the way to the south, to Helsinki, where the important decisions are made. The accent is on the ownership of Sámi land and the Sámi people´s rights in today’s Finland, the Sámi being the indigenous people of Fennoscandia. The polarity of Nature and the Western way of life is filtered through humour.
Cleaning woman is cleaning and finds herself in an unexpected situation.
Minna, a young single mother, has started a driving school. The first lesson gets an unpleasant turn when her driving teacher, a middle-aged man, begins to behave improperly. Then the balance of power changes.
Craving for love and excitement, Sierra seeks out her childhood crush, through whom she starts to deal with the loss of her brother. But bringing the past into the present isn’t as easy as she would’ve thought.
Summerday on the beach.
Two Finnish Rogue Female Warriors transfer a Soviet Android over a bog. The two make a temporary base in the woods. Lehto opens up the Android and starts to fix it. Corporal Rokka contacts Lammio with radio telephone and warns the duo about approaching Soviet Elite Troopers. Lehto is still in trouble with the android when they are surprised by the Soviets. But just as the situation looks to end miserably, the android comes to life and saves the day.