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Ladies of Steel
25 / 09 / 2021
00:00-23:59
Director Pamela Tola
Country Finland
Genre fiction
Year 2020
Age 16+
10 BYN
Inkeri, 75, accidentally kills her husband with a frying pan during a heated quarrel about raspberry jam. Before spending the rest of her days in prison, the woman decides to visit the Koli National Park, taking two older sisters — the absent-minded Sylvi and the cynical Raili — to accompany her. Elderly ladies hop into a vintage Mercedes and, while endlessly altercating, set off on a journey through the remote places of Finland. Along the way, Inkeri recollects her young self when she was a radical activist, writer, and feminist, trying to understand why 50 years ago she traded freedom and ambition for chores and abusive marriage. But it turns out that even in your mid-seventies you can abruptly turn your life against the stream — running away from home, getting drunk, and dancing seductively at the disco to a Russian retrowave.
The second directorial work of Finnish actress Pamela Tola is a film full of life, wildness, and dark humor, which renders homage to the old age and destroys all possible ageist conventionalities at the same time. "Ladies of Steel" inherit all the motives of the classic badass road movies, seasoning them with a generous dose of Scandinavian melancholy and deep immersion in the topics of the older age crisis, feminine strength, and the search for oneself.
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Ladies of Steel
2020 • fiction • Finland
25/09/21
online
10 BYN / 16+
Pamela Tola
Director
Inkeri, 75, accidentally kills her husband with a frying pan during a heated quarrel about raspberry jam. Before spending the rest of her days in prison, the woman decides to visit the Koli National Park, taking two older sisters — the absent-minded Sylvi and the cynical Raili — to accompany her. Elderly ladies hop into a vintage Mercedes and, while endlessly altercating, set off on a journey through the remote places of Finland. Along the way, Inkeri recollects her young self when she was a radical activist, writer, and feminist, trying to understand why 50 years ago she traded freedom and ambition for chores and abusive marriage. But it turns out that even in your mid-seventies you can abruptly turn your life against the stream — running away from home, getting drunk, and dancing seductively at the disco to a Russian retrowave.
The second directorial work of Finnish actress Pamela Tola is a film full of life, wildness, and dark humor, which renders homage to the old age and destroys all possible ageist conventionalities at the same time. "Ladies of Steel" inherit all the motives of the classic badass road movies, seasoning them with a generous dose of Scandinavian melancholy and deep immersion in the topics of the older age crisis, feminine strength, and the search for oneself.
Inkeri, 75, accidentally kills her husband with a frying pan during a heated quarrel about raspberry jam. Before spending the rest of her days in prison, the woman decides to visit the Koli National Park, taking two older sisters — the absent-minded Sylvi and the cynical Raili — to accompany her. Elderly ladies hop into a vintage Mercedes and, while endlessly altercating, set off on a journey through the remote places of Finland. Along the way, Inkeri recollects her young self when she was a radical activist, writer, and feminist, trying to understand why 50 years ago she traded freedom and ambition for chores and abusive marriage. But it turns out that even in your mid-seventies you can abruptly turn your life against the stream — running away from home, getting drunk, and dancing seductively at the disco to a Russian retrowave.
The second directorial work of Finnish actress Pamela Tola is a film full of life, wildness, and dark humor, which renders homage to the old age and destroys all possible ageist conventionalities at the same time. "Ladies of Steel" inherit all the motives of the classic badass road movies, seasoning them with a generous dose of Scandinavian melancholy and deep immersion in the topics of the older age crisis, feminine strength, and the search for oneself.