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Juha Berg is a hopeless drunkard living in Helsinki. He is 30 years old and not the slightest intention to change his life in any way. But the joy of living always with alcohol-soaked brain will be threatened when Juha falls. Juha happy Berg is an alcoholic, a hopeless drunkard living in Kallio district of Helsinki. It has about thirty years and zero intentions to change something in his life. But the joy of living always with alcohol-soaked brain becomes seriously threatened when the passionate Juha falls in love with Tiina, the leader of his group of Alcoholics Anonymous. His relationship with Tiina progressing rapidly, and the man gets to balance maintaining this relationship with his old lifestyle. Of course there is anyone in this story that makes everything he can think of to sabotage the relationship of the two: it is a woman's best friend, Kristian.Written by
Out loud funny with a strong psychedelic vibe, fantastic entertainment for drunks!
I'm shocked to my very core about how low the average rating is, I suspect non-drinkers won't find this funny. You might need that "been there" thing where you've been loaded for days on end. That or maybe it differs from the books and the fans are upset? Or maybe it doesn't translate well for foreign markets? I don't understand because it's honestly THE best, most preciously weird Finnish movie I've seen, ever, and one of the top comedies in the finnish/english speaking world combined. Reminds me of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. If you're the target audience do not miss it, trust me!
Oh, and you might wanna watch it drunk. It's also good for replay value!
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