Concrete Night (2013)
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Director:Pirjo Honkasalo Producer:Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff Story by:adapted from Pirkko Saisios novel Betoniyö published in 1981  Screenplay by:Pirjo Honkasalo, Pirkko Saisio  Running time:96 min  Country:Finland, Sweden, Denmark Language:Finnish Genre:Drama  Subtitle:English/  Starring: Johannes Brotherus, Jari Virman, Juhan Ulfsak, Anneli Karppinen











รางวัล:6 wins & 7 nominations.



Camerimage 2013

Golden Frog
Main Competition
Peter Flinckenberg 

Göteborg Film Festival 2014

Dragon Award
Best Nordic Film
Pirjo Honkasalo 

Jussi Awards 2014

Best Art Direction (Paras lavastus)
Pentti Valkeasuo 
Best Editing (Paras leikkaus)
Nils Pagh Andersen 
Best Sound Design (Paras äänisuunnittelu)
Jan Alvemark 
Best Cinematography (Paras kuvaus)
Peter Flinckenberg 
Best Direction (Paras ohjaus)
Pirjo Honkasalo 
Best Film (Paras elokuva)
Misha Jaari 
Mark Lwoff 
Best Costume Design (Paras pukusuunnittelu)
Saija Siekkinen 
Best Script (Paras käsikirjoitus)
Pirkko Saisio 
Pirjo Honkasalo 
Best Supporting Actor (Paras miessivuosa)
Jari Virman 
Best Supporting Actress (Paras naissivuosa)
Anneli Karppinen 

Warsaw International Film Festival 2013

Grand Prix
Pirjo Honkasalo 





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Ե ҡШ ҧǹҾ¹ Concrete Night

      Concrete Night (Finnish: Betoniyö) is a 2013 film directed by Finnish filmmaker Pirjo Honkasalo. The film is based on a novel with the same name, written by Pirkko Saisio and published in 1981, though adapted to modern times. The story has also been adapted to theatre and has been played in Finland and in Venezuela. Conrete Night had its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival in the Masters Series in September 2013. The film was shot in the Helsinki area in Finland in September and October 2012. Produced by Misha Jaari and Mark Lwoff from production company Bufo and co-produced by Swedish Plattform Produktion and Danish Magic Hour Film, the film was funded by Finnish Film Foundation, Yle, Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Swedish Film Institute, Danish Film Institute and Danske Radio.

       Concrete Night opens in a cramped, concrete-jungle home. The elder of the two brothers is getting ready to go and serve his prison sentence. During his last 24 hours of freedom, his little brother follows the brother he admires through the fateful sights of that night.

        Concrete Night tells about a 14-year-old boy named Simo who still lacks his own sense of self and the ability to protect himself from his surroundings. Simo and his big brother Ilkka are the sons of a helpless and unpredictable single mother. Their chaotic home is located deep in the heart of a concrete jungle in Helsinki. Ilkka has one day of freedom left before starting his prison sentence. The mother persuades Simo to spend the last night with his brother. Events heighten throughout the one day and night in Helsinki and the brothers witness incidents they would rather not see. Simo, who has no ability to distort what he sees or delude himself, sees things accurately as they are. When unfiltered, the world seems unbearable. Finally a casual encounter with a photographer, whose intentions Simo misreads, launches him into blind fear, which explodes in panic stricken violence. In this violence Simo finds his lacking identity, his true face.