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“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

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

Rumba Magazine

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

Kari Kellokumpu / Uusi Rovaniemi

“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

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

Antti Selkokari / Lapin Kansa

“Tragicomic and inspiring storytelling.”

TK / Telvis

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

Santtu Paananen / Viitasaaren Seutu

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

Tatu Junni / Dome

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

Philip Kim

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

Marc Campbell / Dangerous Minds