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Hyväveli

2022 | 110 min | K-12 | drama

The law enforcement officer Loyan, played by Abdirahman Bile, tries to adapt to the new police department while keeping his recently released friend Warsame (Kamaludin Ahmed Abdulla) on the right track. Loyan has an ambitious goal to get into detective training, but his superior Jokisalo (Sampo Sarkola) thinks that he is better off patrolling familiar neighborhoods with his partner Johanna (Heli Sutela).

Patrol duties turn into real action when they begin to investigate a case that appears to be a suicide. Professional criminal and racist Antero Päiviö (Riku Kemppinen), who is involved in the drug trade, jumps from his balcony. A man who was initially declared dead suddenly comes back to life and is taken to the hospital. Loyan finds it hard to believe the man’s story and decides to find out the truth at any cost. As events begin to unravel, it’s hard to know who to trust anymore, especially when Warsame seems to be scheming behind Loyan’s back.

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About the movie

Subjects

  • arts
  • biology
  • ethics
  • finnish
  • health education
  • history
  • music
  • philosophy
  • psychology
  • pupil counselling
  • social studies

Keywords

  • bullying
  • communication skills
  • courage
  • cultures
  • death
  • differency
  • domestic
  • equality
  • Ethics
  • everyday
  • fear
  • friendship
  • global education
  • human rights education
  • identity and growing
  • intertextual
  • learning materials
  • milieu and zeitgeist
  • music
  • parity
  • poverty
  • power
  • relationships
  • rolemodels
  • social class differences
  • team work
  • thought awakening
  • well-being and everyday life skills

Educational levels

  • high schools and vocational schools
  • middle schools

Genres

  • drama

Age limits

  • K-12

Studios

  • Aurora Studios

For media educator

The themes of the educational material offered by Koulukino are the police profession, racism and discrimination, well-being at work, corruption, and film music. The learning material is aimed at 9th grades as well as high schools and other secondary educational institutions.

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