Mies vailla menneisyyttä
(Aka. Man Without A Past)
An Aki Kaurismäki film
Finnish people often say; in order to see the accuracy of societal observance exhibited in Kaurismäki films, a Finn must first come back to their homeland after being away a good while. — It’s obvious the filmmaker has a unique style that is not only attributed to his individual self, but to the peculiar and beautiful Northern European country he comes from as well. Man Without A Past: a dark and comedically deadpan masterpiece. – F.A.
“The most central and irrational faith among people is the faith in technology and economical growth. Its priests believe until their death that material prosperity bring enjoyment and happiness – even though all the proofs in history have shown that only lack and attempt cause a life worth living, that the material prosperity doesn’t bring anything else than despair. These priests believe in technology still when they choke in their gas masks.”- P. Linkola
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