The camera explores a Russian military school, a war-torn village and children in a refugee camp. In addition to highlighting a great punk band, the documentary can be seen as an exploration of how similar we all are, even when society puts us in our individual little boxes. So does its subject: a punk rock band consisting of four men with mental disabilities makes its mark in the music scene. Honkasalo lets the images speak for themselves and utilises sparse narration, telling a tragic story in a touching manner, while avoiding passing judgment. Children start disappearing and Lapland faces a band of rebellious elves trying to free their leader. He has produced masterpieces of European cinema during every phase of his year career, most recently Le Havre and The Man without a Past What tensions exist between the various megatrends of our time? The devastation wrought by the Second Chechen War and its impact on both Chechen and Russian children are at the heart of this poetic documentary.
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