A son and a father go on a road trip that turns into a musical journey into the emotional memory and the history of Finnish immigration in Sweden; of shame, guilt, crime, alcoholism, and family secrets.
- Goteborg IFF- Dragon Award for Best Nordic Documentary
- Best Film Over 30 Minutes - Tampere FF
- Risto Jarva Award - Tampere FF
- Audience Award - Tampere FF
- Honorary Mention - Eurodok Festival
- Kai Latvalehto
- Tauno Latvalehto
- Oiva Latvalehto
- Vesa Taipaleenmäki
- Åsa Mossberg
- Olli Tuomainen
- KLAFFI PRODUCTIONS
Mika Ronkainen (born in Kuusamo, 1970) is a filmmaker who loves vinyl records, black root soup, and refrigerator magnets. He graduated from Oulu Institute of Arts and Design in 1997. His best-known film is FINNISH BLOOD SWEDISH HEART, that was awarded with two Finnish Oscars (Jussi Awards) for Best Documentary and Best Music. His prize-winning and acclaimed documentaries, SCREAMING MEN (2003) and FREETIME MACHOS (2009) have screened at several international film festivals including Sundance, IDFA, Karlovy Vary, Toronto Hot Docs, and Tribeca Film Festival. He was selected for Variety's "Ten European Directors to Watch" in 2013. Mika is the Co-founder of "Air Guitar World Championships".