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“The film is also successful in it’s directing. It has admirable intensity.”

Tatu Junni / Dome

“Director must be praised for getting the storytelling working and sympathies for the main characters, even though their real faces are not shown at all.”

TK / Telvis

“Haase has directed a doc that has the cinematic touches one associates with narrative art films.”

Marc Campbell / Dangerous Minds

“The best way to convey the power of this film is simply to drop the schtick…you need to see this film.”

Philip Kim

“The film’s point of view gripped and moved me.”

Kari Kellokumpu / Uusi Rovaniemi

“The filmmaker’s skill of being fully present is visible in the film.”

Antti Selkokari / Lapin Kansa

“Antti Haase’s documentary film is funny and inspiring at the same time.”

Toni Keränen / Katso

“The entertaining documentary film is well crafted, classic storytelling.”

Taneli Topelius / Iltasanomat

Antti Haase is Lapland ‘s most significant documentary filmmaker, whose films are carefully crafted & made with emotion.

Arts Promotion Centre Finland / Lapland Art Award

“Haase succeeds in making the encounters with his subjects intimate and sensitive.”

Santtu Paananen / Viitasaaren Seutu

“The film is structured very well, there is a real dramatic arc to the story.”

Rumba Magazine

“In the style of a true Shakespearean tragedy, the film traverses the rise and fall of the band’s popularity.”

DOXA Documentary Film Festival

“The 90-minute film is riveting and makes grown men cry.”

Eve Hietamies / Apu

“Tragicomic and inspiring storytelling.”

TK / Telvis