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University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario

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Finnish Cinema

Development of Finnish cinema from its parochial beginnings to its international recognition. The great pastoral tradition; the war memories (Laine, Kassila, Parikka); socio-political engagement of the 60s (Donner, Jarva), the paucity of the 70s (Mollberg); the universal outsider themes of the 80s (Aki and Mika Kaurismaki). Readings and subtitles in English.

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Anonymous - 2016-07-06 06:17:14
A Winter 2016 Anu Muhonen
A great course! As someone who isn't a fine arts or film major, this and its alternate course (FIN260 - Scandinavian Cinema) really opened my eyes up to the value of the film genre. The discussion component of the class that followed every movie were especially enjoyable. Easy 4.0 - I managed above a 90 in both because I really did care about the assignments but it was truly very easy to care about them because the professor was often very open to students' choices.

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