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(5004) 6.8 117 min 2017

Tom of Finland is a movie starring Pekka Strang, Seumas F. Sargent, and Chris Myland. Award-winning filmmaker Dome Karukoski brings to screen the life and work of artist Touko Valio Laaksonen (aka Tom of Finland), one of the most...

Starring
Chris Myland, Alf Myreen, Seumas F. Sargent, Pekka Strang
Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
Dome Karukoski

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Product details

Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director Dome Karukoski
Writer Aleksi Bardy, Aleksi Bardy, Susanna Luoto, Noam Andrews, Dome Karukoski, Kauko Röyhkä, Mark Alton Brown, Mia Ylönen
Stars Chris Myland, Alf Myreen, Seumas F. Sargent, Pekka Strang
Country Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, USA, Germany, Finland
Also Known As Tom od Finske, Tom al Finlandei, トム・オブ・フィンランド, Touko, Toms no Somijas
Runtime 1H 57M
Description Award-winning filmmaker Dome Karukoski brings to screen the life and work of artist Touko Valio Laaksonen (aka Tom of Finland), one of the most influential and celebrated figures of twentieth century gay culture.

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 08:22

It's difficult to comment on this film without talking about the film itself. Like many people, I've been anticipating this film for some time. After reading some of the reviews on this site, I was interested in seeing it, but I knew it wasn't going to be the same as I remembered from the time I saw the trailers. After watching it, however, I cannot remember the last time I've felt this way about a film. It is an extraordinary film, and in places it's extremely hard to watch. But you have to give it credit for sticking to its roots. The main character, just like in the book, is very much in his element. And it's remarkable to see this character come to life. In a way, it reminded me of a lot of my favorite movies, like Taxi Driver, Taxi, etc. I had trouble getting used to the physical look of the character, but that's the problem with many movie characters: you need to be able to get used to them. To me, the character of the young sailor, Michael St. John, felt right. He was so believable, and I was drawn to his quest. So much of the character's journey was based on his quest, and that made it all the more interesting. I couldn't stop thinking about how he would meet his end. And it's hard to find a better character to represent this quest. The way he was able to travel the world and learn the languages, without ever speaking them, was incredible. The acting was good, and the movie has a lot of beautiful scenery. I'm not sure why this film has a low rating on IMDb, but I'm glad it didn't get a bad reputation. It's a very unique film, and I hope people will be as interested in it as I was.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 18:15

I just came home from seeing this film at a free screening in Montreal, and I am not sure what to say. I was expecting a short film that would be entertaining, but in fact it was a very long and very very slow movie. I do not know what the director was trying to get across, but the viewer never got to know him or his characters. There were moments where I could have cared less about what was going on, and for the most part, I felt no connection to the characters or their predicament. The acting was also pretty terrible, and I cannot even say what the purpose of the shots were. The lighting was great, but I could not tell what the shots were trying to achieve, and when it came to the end, I was not even sure what the point of it all was. What I found to be the worst part of this film, is that I felt like I was watching something that I had not seen before. I have seen movies that I would say were good, and I have seen movies that I would say were bad, but I could not say that about this movie. I can see why this film was able to be nominated for best foreign film, but I do not think it should have been given the award. If you are a movie fan, and you are looking for something to watch, then this film is not for you. If you are not a movie fan, and you are looking for a film to watch, then this is not a movie you want to waste your time on. It is very slow, and the last 15 minutes is the best part of the film. So in conclusion, I would say that this is a movie that will not appeal to the average movie fan, but for the movie fans that are looking for a slow movie that will entertain them, then this is your movie.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 15:53

I'm a big fan of "Ostrov" movies, and I really liked the two hours of this film, because the cast is really outstanding. And the photography is also great. But I found this movie pretty hard to understand, and I really didn't know what the plot was. But it turned out to be a very interesting film. It tells the story of Oleg Ostrov, a KGB agent, who is working in Switzerland in the 1960s, when the Soviet Union is in the process of a purge of all its agents. After the purge, Oleg decides to try to return to Russia, and he gets caught and sent to jail in Switzerland. He then gets help from his lawyer, his mother, and his old friend. As the story goes, we see how Oleg tries to stay on track with the deportation order. But things get complicated when he gets help from his old friend, who has made a fortune in construction, and wants to use that to bribe Oleg's parole officer. Meanwhile, the director of the prison, which is run by the KGB, tries to force Oleg to go to the prison in Zurich. The main problem is that the director has a family to feed. And that is why I found the movie hard to understand. Overall, the acting of the cast is great, especially the two young stars. But there were a few parts where I didn't understand what was happening, but that doesn't mean that the film is bad. The film is very good. It tells a great story about how the Cold War was a huge struggle, and it tells a story about how people struggle in that world. The movie also has a message that is very important today. It has to do with the refugee situation. The audience should also see this film. Because it is a good movie. And I also recommend that everyone see this film. It is a very good film. I give this film a rating of 9/10. See it!


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