After a bad fall, a grumpy old farmer is forced to move to the city to live with his meek son and domineering daughter-in-law.Subscribe Now
After a bad fall, a grumpy old farmer is forced to move to the city to live with his meek son and domineering daughter-in-law. He ends up squabbling with her and the house becomes a chaotic hellhole. Yet, with time, the family becomes closer than ever.
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#1 Finnish Box-Office Hit in 2014
Best Leading Actor Winner, Best Film Nominee, Best Direction Nominee
Contemporary World Cinema
"A touching story about tolerance and closing the generation gap."
"A sweetly sentimental adaptation."
Director Dome Karukoski (born 1976) is one of Finland’s most acclaimed directors. In 2013, he was included in Variety’s list of 10 Directors to Watch. All of his films have been successes, both critically and at the box-office. His five films have a total of 30 nominations for the Finnish National Film Awards. Karukoski has also been nominated for Best Director for all of his five feature films. "My father turned 80 a year ago. He gets angry if he misses the news he’s always watched, he gets angry if somebody loses the stuff he put on the table, and he gets angry because the world is going to ruin. I love him. I made this film for him."