If you had one of those days where it is better not to leave home, do not worry, I have the cure for your problem - Lapland Odyssey (Napapiirin sankarit, 2010). I am sure that after seeing your mood will change for the better!

The film begins with a narrator telling us about the story of a peculiar pine tree, sort of a symbol of the region, where over several generations it was a suicide spot for some men who felt the cool of their lives in that Scandinavian region.

The protagonist of the film is Janne (Jussi Vatanen . . .

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Paulo Antunes studied Art Studies at the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal. He has worked in many different areas, from picking fruit to being a waiter in a restaurant, but has always had a passion for film and music. He has participated in the organisation of two film culture shows: the 5th Filmic Culture with the theme of the importance of music in the cinema, and the 2nd Filmic Culture with the theme of the theory of Superman. He completed a traineeship in CIAC and was also the manager of a Portuguese punk rock band named Defying Control. Currently he works on various film projects.