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2020 | 60 min | K-7 | documentary
The documentary tells the story of Sirkka-Liisa Miettinen, who died at the age of 98 in Helsinki’s Kisakylä and had no relatives. Elina Talvensaari, who is the director of the film, was inspired to make that film when she bought Sirkka-Liisa’s apartment by chance. The apartment came with all of Sirkka-Liisa’s personal belongings, down to the smallest item. The director did not want to put the items directly into the disposal, because then even the last grains of information about Sirkka-Liisa would have been lost. Elina wanted to remember Sirkka-Liisa, so the idea for Lady Time came from this.
The educational material of Koulukino tells more about the background of the film, deals with storytelling, objects and emotions, the story of an ordinary person, and what is private and public. The learning material is aimed at secondary school studies.
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About the movie
- emotional skills
- thought awakening
- high schools and vocational schools