A delicate, deadpan comedy – and best-foreign-film Oscar nominee – about a man who loses his memory during a mugging, then creates a new life for himself on the fringes of Helsinki. Aki Kaurismaki’s marvelous, stubbornly personal film is filled with social compassion, dark jokes, and a great rock & roll soundtrack.
The Man Without a Past A delicate, deadpan comedy -- and best-foreign-film Oscar nominee -- about a man who loses his memory during a mugging, then creates a new life for ...The Man Without a PastDrama, Foreign LanguageAki KaurismakiPT97MPG-13 A delicate, deadpan comedy -- and best-foreign-film Oscar nominee -- about a man who loses his memory during a mugging, then creates a new life for ...2003-04-18Sony Pictures Classics
Genre: Drama, Foreign Language; Starring: Kati Outinen, Markku Peltola; Director: Aki Kaurismaki; Author: Aki Kaurismaki; Runtime (in minutes): 97; MPAA Rating: PG-13; Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics
Posted April 18 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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