The film is about a teacher who has fallen in love with a man fighting behind the front lines. The life is characterized by uncertainty, fear and longing. The pages of her diary become filled with text.
archival materials, death, fear (emotions), history, loss, love, memories (mental objects), personal narrative, photography, warfare
Sampsa Virkajärvi (Author), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Director), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Editor), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Producer), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Script), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Camera), Hannele Karppinen (Cast), actors of Helsingin ylioppilasteatteri - theatre (Cast), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Cast), Riikka Lenkkeri (Cast), Pirkkoliisa Tikka (Narrator), Sampsa Virkajärvi (Sound Design)
Sampsa Virkajärvi is a visual artist and documentary filmmaker. His works deal with cultural issues and historical matters. Virkajärvi is interested in people’s experiences of living under the pressures of economical powers and technological changes. His works explore the ways in which people attempt to make the world more understandable and suitable for themselves. Virkajärvi’s works have been seen in exhibitions and festivals including Helsinki Art Museum’s Kluuvi Gallery (2008), Mänttä Art Festival (2008), Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma (2008) and Kunsthalle Helsinki (2001).