The Cage

Johanna Lecklin

The Cage deals with a memory of a horrible childhood experience. A woman tells about a childhood bullying incident that she has not forgiven. She meets her bully when she is adult but does not want to see that the other has changed. The story is told in backflashes.

Production Year
2015
Duration
00:05:47
Type
Tags
Original Title
Häkki
Finnish Title

Häkki

English Title

The Cage

Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Sound
Yes
Cast
Johanna Lecklin (Author), Mikael Gustafsson (Cinematographer), Johanna Lecklin (Director), Johanna Lecklin (Editor), Johanna Lecklin (Script), Jyri Pirinen (Sound Design), Janina Mattsoff (Actor), Maija Nurmio (Actor), Dorota Osinska (Actor), Anni Niskakoski (Actor), Suomen Kulttuurirahasto, Uudenmaan rahasto / Finnish Cultural Foundation, Uusimaa Regional Fund (Funder), Oskar Öflundin säätiö (Funder), Svenska Kulturfonden (Funder), Arts Promotion Centre Finland (Funder), Elena Näsänen / AVEK - The Promotion Centre for Audiovisual Culture (Funder), Kimmo Vänttinen (Sound Recording)
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Johanna Lecklin (b. 1972) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2003 and studied in London at the Slade School of Fine Art, in UCL. Lecklin works with video and photography. Her video work is based on documentary, narrativity and performativity. Lecklin’s works have been presented in numerous exhibitions in Finland and abroad, including the City States exhibition at Liverpool Biennial (2010) and It’s a Setup at Contemporary Art Museum Kiasma in Helsinki (2010).

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