A basic set up in finnish films: a girl in a national costume, a boy and a meadow full of flowers. Teuvo Tulio: Laulu tulipunaisesta kukasta (The Song Of The Flaming Red Flower). Actors in the photo Rakel Linnanheimo and Kaarlo "Kille" Oksanen.
Ilmari Unho's movie Kuollut mies vihastuu (Dead Man Gets Angry), 1944
Mikko Niskanen (31 January 1929 – 25 November 1990) was a Finnish film director, actor, producer and screenwriter. He directed more than 45 films between 1956 and 1988. His 1962 film The Boys was entered into the 3rd Moscow International Film Festival. Image: Yle kuvapalvelu.
Ansa Ikonen in a melodrama "Jossain on railo" (Dark Is the Rift) 1949
Åke Lindman - was a leading tough guy in the Finnish Film industry in the
Mikko Niskanen: Pojat (The Boys), 1962
Mikko Niskanen's movie "Käpy selän alla" (Under Your Skin, Libre Amour), was a tale of the sexual revolution of the sixties.
Finnish actress Krista Kosonen
Teuvo Tulio: Restless Blood
Regina Linnanheimo is not so eager to respond, when Pentti Viljanen is trying to make his move in "The Cross of Love"
Eero Milonoff and Tommi Korpela in Dome Karukoski's movie The Home of Dark Butterflies