The happiest day in the life of Olli Maki

Juho Kuosmanen's winning feature from this year's Cannes festival is a tragic yet charming comedy-drama inspired by the real-life conflict between Finnish boxer Olli Mäki and American champion Davey Moore in Helsinki in 1962.

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Author Mugsy · 16-07-22
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