10-year-old Otto, who has lost his parents, receives an unexpected gift at the night of his birthday, when a little dog Laika lands on earth in Sputnik 2.
A family of three is spending the day at a water park. Tensions arise, and in 10 minutes everything falls apart.
Asylum seekers are being sent back to Somalia from the world’s biggest refugee camp in Tanzania. Two Somali brothers get separated. The younger one is put into a bus crossing Al-Shabaab territory. The older one goes after him.
People who have once lost their eyesight have the possibility of regaining it when entering into a dream state. The movie aims to create a simulation of this visionary realm of experience, seeking to take a step into the unknown. What follows is an unusual voyage to inner space – into that still-unmapped twilight territory known to us as the psyche.
Fifty-year-old Kalervo is being bullied at home and at work. Surprisingly he receives “All inclusive” bracelet, which means that anything is possible, even a revenge.
A dance film about an efficient factory, where employees mass-produce canned gloomy laughters. One day, however, a burst of free laughter from an employee slips past the control and gets out in the open. A revolution begins.
In its eight acts, No Dot on the I, focuses its lense of a wide array of “symbols.” Their expressive potential and very being as visual representations is sewn into a complex web of meaning relationships.
Timo is a nostalgia fan who uncharacteristically uses dating applications in search of romance. However, the woman he serendipitously meets in Bar Moskova is perfect except for one small detail.
Kaisa is a relentless overachiever and it’s beginning to affect her job as an elementary school teacher. To make everything worse Kaisa has to work with the best teacher in the world, Anneli, whose perfection is as effortless and relaxed as a summer breeze. Whatever Kaisa chooses to do, Anneli does it better, at least in the race that Kaisa is orchestrating mostly inside her head.
Together with her class Kaisa has produced a magnificent Christmas show for the school holiday celebrations, but Anneli has an ace up her sleeve. Things get bloody when the results of the teachers’ lounge gingerbread house competition are announced. Add to this the lengthy history that the ladies share that reaches far beyond their careers together.
Kristal is a weird saint, who takes to bear all the hate, despare, lust and confusion around her and through that gives people a momentary relief.