ROSE GARDEN

German Age Rating

“We need to get out of here!” Sylvia, Oskar and Hertta need to escape from the grayness of their home for the elderly. Their plan to get a final taste of freedom is as macabre as it is brilliant. ROSE GARDEN is an absurd story about institutionalized care and lust for life.



  • Duration: 21 Min.

  • Film School: ELO, Film School Helsinki

Also in this Program:
SWALLOW
4,95
ASA TURNS 13
UNDOCUMENTED

tags: Aging, Freedom, Society, Humour, Feature Film, Death

Cast: Leena Uotila, Göran Schauman, Arja Pekurinen

Credits

Screenplay: Eva-Maria Koskinen

Director of Photography: Jesse Jalonen

Film Editor: Kai Rintamaa

Composer: Henri Lyysaari

Production Designer: Tuulia Jalava

Sound: Juho Luukkainen

Producer: Paria Eskandari

Director: Hannu-Pekka Peltomaa

biography

Born in Finland in 1987, Hannu-Pekka Peltomaa studies film directing at the University of Art and Design Helsinki (UIAH). ROSE GARDEN was his final project for his bachelor’s degree at Aalto University.

Screenings

Tuesday, 11/20/2018, 5:00 PM (80 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Thursday, 11/22/2018, 10:00 PM (80 Min.)
Filmmuseum