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First World Problems
Directed by
Hanna Maylett

Finland / 2015 / 6:34
minutes

New York Premiere
In Finnish with English subtitles

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Daniela Hakulinen
SYNOPSIS:
A tired housewife loses her car in a shopping mall and her world collapses. Thank God there is ice cream. A trolley collector offers her help. Sometimes problems can open a door to a whole new world.
BIO:
Hanna Maylett (also known as Miettinen), is a Finnish film director whose work includde internationally acclaimed shorts like "Rose of the Railroad" (nominee Cinafondation, Cannes 1998), documentaries like "100 Clocks" (Young Encouragement Prize Prix Europa 2000), "Good Girls" (prize at Tampere Film Festival 2000), TV series, TV dramas "The Limit" (2014 Prix Italia nominee),"Suburban Virgin" (2003 Gateborg Film Festival, Buster Film Festival Copenhagen), and a debut feature "Sisters Apart", 2008, which was nominated in 3 categories for the Finnish National Awards.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Daniela Hakulinen, Samuel Morgan
Producer(s): Saara Helene Murto
Director(s): Hanna Maylett
Screenwriter(s): Hanna Maylett, Daniela Hakulinen
Cinematographer(s): Sari Aaltonen
Editor(s): Antti Tuomikoski
Composer(s)/Music: Samuel Morgan
Sound Designer(s): Paivi Takala
 
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