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  1. 1918

    1918 (1957)


    1918 is a 1957 Finnish war film directed by Toivo Särkkä. It was entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival.

  2. 4 x 4

    4 x 4 (1965)


    4x4 (Danish: Nordisk kvadrille) is a 1965 Nordic co-production drama film directed by Palle Kjærulff-Schmidt, Klaus Rifbjerg, Rolf Clemens, Maunu Kurkvaara and Jan Troell. It was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival winning a Special Diploma.

  3. 8-Ball

    8-Ball (2013)


    8-pallo (English: 8-ball) is a 2013 Finnish film directed by Aku Louhimies and based on a crime novel Elävien kirjoihin by Marko Kivi.

  4. A Time of Roses

    A Time of Roses (1969)


    Time of Roses (Finnish: Ruusujen aika) is a 1969 Finnish science fiction film directed by Risto Jarva, about an innocent girl glamour model legend and a journalist trying to find out her true essence for a biography. The story is set in the year 2012. The script was written by Peter von Bagh, Jarva, and Jaakko Pakkasvirta. The girl was played by Ritva Vepsä and the muckraking journalist (transparently based on Veikko Ennala) taking a foray into idealism by Arto Tuominen. The film premiered 2 July 1969.

  5. Aaltoska orkaniseeraa

    Aaltoska orkaniseeraa (1949)


    Aaltoska orkaniseeraa (English: Mrs. Aaltonen Organises) was a 1949 Finnish film directed by Edvin Laine and written by Toivo Kauppinen. A comedy the film starred Joel Asikainen and Matti Aulos.

  6. Aapo

    Aapo (1994)


    Aapo was a 1994 Finnish film directed by Tero Jartti and based on a short story by Runar Schildt. The screenplay was written by Jari Hietanen. The film was based around the year 1918. Taisto Reimaluoto portrayed Aapo.

  7. Aarresaaren sankarit

    Aarresaaren sankarit (2003)


    Aarresaaren sankarit is a 2003 Finnish short film directed by Mervi Pohjanheimo and Heikki Rosti. The adventure film was written by Heikki Rosti. The film is a family adventure and is only 30 minutes long and was produced for Finnish television channel MTV 3.

  8. Aatamin poika

    Aatamin poika (1996)


    Aatamin poika is a 1996 Finnish TV film drama lasting 45 minutes. The TV short film was directed and written by Heikki Veijola starring Meri Nenonen. It aired on the 21 April 1996 on YLE TV2.

  9. Aatamin puvussa - ja vähän Eevankin...

    Aatamin puvussa - ja vähän Eevankin... (1940)


    Aatamin puvussa ja vähän Eevankin is a 1940 Finnish comedy film directed by Ossi Elstelä and written by Nisse Hirn based on the novel by Yrjö Soini. The film runtime is 77 minutes.

  10. Aatamin puvussa ja vähän Eevankin

    Aatamin puvussa ja vähän Eevankin (1931)


    Aatamin puvussa ja vähän Eevankin is a 1931 Finnish comedy film directed and written by Jaakko Korhonen based on the novel by Yrjö Soini. The film's runtime is 104 minutes. It is the first Finnish film to have sound.

  11. Absolute Guitar

    Absolute Guitar (1995)


    Absolute Guitar was a 1995 short Finnish music television documentary directed and written by Markus Viljanen. The 26 minute documentary was about the making of Raoul Björkenheim's Apocalypso, a composition for 38 electric guitars.

  12. Addiction

    Addiction (2004)


    Addiction (Finnish: Levottomat 3) is a 2004 Finnish romantic drama film directed by Minna Virtanen. It is the last film in the Restless trilogy, preceded by Restless (2000) and Me and Morrison (2001).

  13. Agentti 000 ja kuoleman kurvit

    Agentti 000 ja kuoleman kurvit (1983)


    Agentti 000 ja kuolema kurvit (English title Agent 000 and The Deadly Curves) was a 1983 Finnish spy comedy film directed by Visa Mäkinen and written by Ismo Sajakorpi. The film stars Ilmari Saarelainen as James Bond impersonator Joonas G. Breitenfeldt (Agent 000) and Tenho Saurén as a bank robber. English actor John Wood also makes an appearance as Agent 009, and his serious, wooden portrayal of the character stands in contrast to the outrageous antics of the other members of the cast contributing to further humour. Finnish actress Kielo Tommila stars as the reporter Ulla Salla and the main love interest of Agent 000. "000" or "nolla-nolla-nolla" as it was advertised, was then the Finnish national emergency call number.

  14. Agonia

    Agonia (2006)


    Agonia was a 2006 short Finnish drama film directed by Niklas Kullström, written by and starring Elmer Bäck and Anna-Mari Karvonen

  15. Aikuisten oikeesti

    Aikuisten oikeesti (2005)


    Aikuisten oikeesti is a 2005 Finnish musical TV film directed by Esko Leimu and written by Seppo Ahti and Jukka Virtanen.

  16. Akseli ja Elina

    Akseli ja Elina (1970)


    Akseli and Elina (Finnish: Akseli ja Elina) is a 1970 Finnish drama film directed by Edvin Laine. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival. The film is based on the third volume of Väinö Linna's novel trilogy Under the North Star. It's a sequel to the 1968 film Here, Beneath the North Star which was based on the two first volumes of the trilogy.

  17. Ambush

    Ambush (1999)


    Ambush (Finnish: Rukajärven tie) is a 1999 Finnish war film directed by Olli Saarela. Literally "The Road to Rukajärvi", the film debuted on 22 January 1999 in Finland, after which it was released internationally. The film is based on a book written by Antti Tuuri and its leads are played by Peter Franzén as Lt. Eero Perkola and Irina Björklund as Kaarina Vainikainen, Lt. Perkola's love.

  18. Anna-Liisa

    Anna-Liisa (1922)


    Anna-Liisa is a 1922 Finnish film directed by Teuvo Puro and Jussi Snellman.

  19. Antti the Treebranch

    Antti the Treebranch (1976)


    Antti the Treebranch (Finnish: Antti Puuhaara) is a 1976 Finnish drama film directed by Katariina Lahti, Heikki Partanen and Riitta Rautoma. It was entered into the 10th Moscow International Film Festival.

  20. Ariel

    Ariel (1988)


    Ariel is a 1988 Finnish drama film directed and written by Aki Kaurismäki. The film tells the story of Taisto Kasurinen (Turo Pajala), a Finnish coal miner who must find a way to live in the big city after the mine closes and his father, also a miner, commits suicide.

  21. Bad Boys

    Bad Boys (2003)


    Bad Boys (Finnish: Pahat pojat) is a 2003 Finnish crime drama film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä, based on the story of a notorious real-life family of criminals. It was the most successful film in Finnish theatres after The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003, taking in $4,778,324. This makes the film one of the most successful Finnish films at the national box office of all time.

  22. Bad Luck Love

    Bad Luck Love (2000)


    Bad Luck Love is a 2000 Finnish crime drama film directed by Olli Saarela.

  23. Battle for the City

    Battle for the City (2011)


    Battle for the City (Finnish: Taistelu Turusta) is a 2011 Finnish documentary film directed by Jouko Aaltonen about the city of Turku.

  24. Beauty and the Bastard

    Beauty and the Bastard (2005)


    Beauty and the Bastard is a 2005 Finnish musical romantic drama film directed by Dome Karukoski and written by Pekko Pesonen. Its original Finnish title is Tyttö sinä olet tähti, which means "Girl you are a star". It stars Pamela Tola and Samuli Vauramo. Eero Milonoff, Joonas Saartamo, Mikko Leppilampi and Mikko Kouki play supporting roles. It is the feature-film debut of director Dome Karukoski, who had previous experience from commercials and short films. The music was composed by Jukka Immonen's Friend Music.

  25. Beyond

    Beyond (2010)


    Beyond is a 2010 Swedish drama film directed by Pernilla August, starring Noomi Rapace, Ola Rapace, Tehilla Blad, Outi Mäenpää and Ville Virtanen. The original Swedish title is Svinalängorna, which means "The swine rows" and refers to the housing project where parts of the story are set. The film is based on the novel with the same name by Susanna Alakoski. It was shown at the 67th Venice International Film Festival on 6 September 2010 and got the International Critic's Week Award.

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