Genre: documentary

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Finnish Blood Swedish Heart (Laulu koti-ikävästä)


The documentary film A song about homesickness tells the story of Kai Latvalehto, a musician from Oulu who grew up in two countries – Sweden and Finland. A middle-aged man makes a trip to his childhood landscapes in Gothenburg with his retired father Tauno Latvalehto. Father and son have a conversation during the car trip, remembering different stages of their lives. The music, made as live recordings of the film, accompanies the development of the story from the 1970s to the present day.

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Sorrow Tamers (Surunkesyttäjät)


Tamers of Grief is a documentary film about people who have decided to face grief without avoiding or running away from it. The film, shot on film, is about love, change, sadness and giving up.

Where to Invade Next


In documentary film director Michael Moore’s new film, Moore travels around the world looking for ways to solve America’s problems. The trip brings him, for example, to Finland, where Moore gets to know the best schools in the world. (Source: Finnkino)

March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step (L’empereur)


The sequel to the Oscar-winning film Journey of the Penguins is a touching and visually impressive nature documentary about the nesting of emperor penguins. The documentary was filmed in the stunning scenery of the Antarctic ice sheet. Directed by Luc Jacquet.

An Inconvenient Truth


An Inconvenient Truth is a documentary about one man’s attempt to expose the myths and misconceptions associated with global warming and awaken the nations of the world to act together to save our planet. The film is based on Al Gore’s lectures. Gore is a great performer and the lecture is delivered in such a way that the viewer’s interest is not piqued even for a moment. The subject of the film is serious and gives you something to think about for a long time. The film has been awarded two Oscars in 2007 (Best Original Score and Best Documentary Film). The film was directed by Davis Guggenheim.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power


The former vice president of the United States and Nobel laureate Al Gore still want to make heads of state and leaders understand the importance of climate change. The documentary follows Al Gore to the conclusion of the Paris climate agreement in late 2015. Directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk.