Häjyt (The Tough Ones)
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Häjyt (The Tough Ones)
Hajyt is a film about friends who have a hard time finding their place in society. The story is set in the 1990's but it is based on the most famous Finnish criminal legend of the 1800's about two criminals who held their hometown in terror. The Finnish word for these kinds of criminals is "hajyt," which means "evil." The "hajyt" borrowed farm-owners' horses without permission, drank heavily, rioted at weddings, and often killed people. Alexi Makela's film presents the legend with black humor, but the characters are realistically portrayed. Antti… More