Finnish film: Man's lot - Ihmisen osa

Boras Cinema Röda Kvarn, Borås
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The Lot of Man is a hot drama comedy about a family that has drifted apart but suddenly comes close again. The protagonist of the film is the bankrupt villain Pekka Malmikunnas (Hannu-Pekka Björkman), who deceives his parents (Leena Uotila, Asko Sarkola) and his adult sisters (Ria Kataja, Armi Toivanen) to believe that he is still a successful CEO. The reality, however, looks quite different, but for Pekka it is almost impossible to admit his situation to his loved ones and to himself. The film is based on Kari Hotakainen's success novel.

Directed by Ohhaaus: Juha Lehtola

Year /Tuotantovuosi: 2018

Censorship /Ikäraja: From 15 years

Length /Pituus: 108 minutes

Language /Kieli: Finnish speech, Swedish text

Tickets: SEK 70

Location: Bio Red Mill

Contact information

Bio Röda Kvarn
Västerbrogatan 13
Borås
Phone: +46-33357143

Organizer: Kulturförvaltningen, Borås Stad

E-mail: rodakvarn@boras.se

Price information

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Regular views: SEK 70 (SEK 90 for 3D views)

New Finnish film: SEK 70

Children's matinee: 40 SEK (60 SEK for 3D views)

Live broadcasts: Prices vary. NOTE! When you buy your ticket online, make sure it goes to the Red Mill in Borås and not the Red Mill in any other city.

Special screenings: Can vary between performances.

Discount booklets: SEK 600 for 10 tickets / films. Sold at the reception of Kulturhuset. The coupon is then exchanged for a cinema ticket at the checkout at Red Kvarn.

Red Kvarn ticket box, opens 30 minutes before the current performance, with reservation that certain performances may be sold out through pre-sale. Pay by cash or card.

You can buy tickets for all performances online, www.bio.se.Only ticket purchase and no booking, and these are unnumbered places.

Public transportation

Directions

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Borås Bio is a stone's throw from Borås Central Station and Borås Resecentrum, at Knalletorget along the river Viskan, opposite restaurant Kök'et and directly adjacent to restaurant Babbel.