A documentary about a group of young unoccupied social outcasts and their daily routines.
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Harri Moilanen ...
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Tero Kinnunen ...
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Jaakko Lähdesmäki ...
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Matti Puoskari ...
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Eetu Himanen ...
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Ilkka Junkkari ...
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Petri Pyykkönen ...
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Kimmo Mäkeläinen ...
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Asmo Kemppainen ...
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Petri Holappa ...
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Mateusz Moilanen ...
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Sami Korkalainen ...
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Janne Pennanen ...
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Matti Tolonen ...
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Manne Teeriniemi ...
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A documentary about a group of young unoccupied social outcasts and their daily routines.

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2 November 2001 (Finland)  »

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The Idle Ones  »

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Lötkö: I'm a little bit different than the original guy
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Tule tyttö kyytiin
Written by Mikko Alatalo & Kassu Halonen
Performed by Frederik
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An interesting story about my former neighbours
2 February 2002 | by (Oulu, Finland) – See all my reviews

I spent about 15 years of my childhood and teenage living in the municipality of Suomussalmi where this movie was filmed. I also know two of the three main characters of the story, one of them being my former friend. So what else could I do than praise this movie? I bet nothing.

Still I honestly can say that it's a great story about what can it be to live in a region with almost 30% unemployment rate and which can provide future for only a tiny part of the young people. People are aging and all the young adults are moving away after they've finished their high school. I bet this film offers a lot to especially young people everywhere.

Watch it, a rumour tells that it can be seen in Finnish tv soon. :)


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