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Girls' Night (2008)

Tyttöjen ilta (original title)
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Pirjo Lonka Pirjo Lonka ... Saara
Reena Immonen Reena Immonen ... Inna
Jaana Pöllänen Jaana Pöllänen ... Roosa
Elina Knihtilä Elina Knihtilä ... Marju
Elias Gould ... Henkka
Janne Hyytiäinen ... Desperado
Joel Härkönen Joel Härkönen ... Mylde
Elias Härkönen Elias Härkönen ... Lari
Liisa Hynninen Liisa Hynninen ... Kaupanmyyjä
Petri Kotwica ... Portsari
Ozan Kayzeri Ozan Kayzeri ... Tajoilija
Mikko Tornivuori Mikko Tornivuori ... Humalainen mies
Katri Viljamaa Katri Viljamaa ... Humalainen nainen
Jan Ijäs ... Petrin ääni puhelinvastaajassa (voice)
Juho Kusti Karhunen Juho Kusti Karhunen ... Nuori mies baaritiskillä
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Short | Comedy | Drama

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Finland

Language:

Finnish

Release Date:

February 2008 (Finland) See more »

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€179,550 (estimated)
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Levoton Tuhkimo
Written by Neumann
Arranged by Pave Maijanen (as M. Paavonen), Jouni Virta (as J. Virta) and 'Tuomo Vähä-Pesola'
Performed by Dingo
Warner Music Finland 2006
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1 October 2008 | by juhagmanSee all my reviews

A very good short film that tells a story about a girls' night out. Saara, a thirty something woman living in a working class suburb of Helsinki goes for a night out with a friend. Meantime her teenager daughter has an ad hoc home party her own with her friends.

The film has quite a few insights into the some of the aspects of lives of both teenagers and their mothers in Finland of today. These are presented in quite a funny way but it makes the viewer sometimes feel ashamed for the characters.

The film draws quite interesting parallels of the lives and behavior of the mother and daughter. They seem to have same problems, and they both are equally insecure with their relationships. They both also seem to be unhappy with their age and try to live a life of a 20 year olds'. It is quite sad but seems all too common nowadays.


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