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Joutilaat (2001)

A documentary about a group of young unoccupied social outcasts and their daily routines.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Harri Moilanen ...
Himself (as Hapa)
Tero Kinnunen ...
Himself (as Bodi)
Jaakko Lähdesmäki ...
Himself (as Lötkö)
Matti Puoskari ...
Himself (as Masa)
Eetu Himanen ...
Himself (as Eppu)
Ilkka Junkkari ...
Himself (as Ile)
Petri Pyykkönen ...
Himself (as Petsi)
Kimmo Mäkeläinen ...
Himself (as Mäksy)
Asmo Kemppainen ...
Himself (as Keppi)
Petri Holappa ...
Himself (as Hole)
Mateusz Moilanen ...
Himself (as Masoni)
Sami Korkalainen ...
Himself (as Väljä)
Janne Pennanen ...
Himself (as Espen)
Matti Tolonen ...
Manne Teeriniemi ...


A documentary about a group of young unoccupied social outcasts and their daily routines.

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2 November 2001 (Finland)  »

Also Known As:

The Idle Ones  »

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1.85 : 1
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Lötkö: I'm a little bit different than the original guy
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Funny Bunny Boy
Written by Eva Lindgren & Mats From
Performed by Evelyn
Under License from Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia AB / Cool Music Publishing
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An interesting story about my former neighbours
2 February 2002 | by 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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