Days of Finnish Film

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Finnish Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Pertti Ikonen, officially opened the Days of Finnish Film at the Yugoslav Cinematheque Film Archives.

The event started with a screening of director Aki Kaurismäki’s film “The Man without a Past”, while the audience also had the opportunity to enjoy five productions shot during the period from 1922 to 2002, including “The Unknown soldier” (1955), Edvin Laine, the most watched Finnish film of all time and the one to also have the highest number of remakes (1985, 2009 and 2017).

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