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The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki Hymyilevä mies

Juho Kuosmanen / Finland, Sweden, Germany / 2016 / 92 min / Finnish

Based on true events from the life of a famous Finnish boxer, Olli Mäki avoids cliche to offer a warm and witty ode to Love. Winner of Un Certain Regard category at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

festivals, awards Winner of Un Certain Regard category at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

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The year is 1962 and Finnish boxer Olli Mäki is preparing for the world championships in the featherweight category. A talented but humble young man from a small town, he is suddently thrust into the limelight as the nation's hopeful. All he has to do is lose a few pounds and concentrate on the fight. But for one problem: Olli has fallen in Love.

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