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Catching| 11mins
Director: Hannaleena Hauru | Producer: Hannaleena Hauru
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Finland
Subject Tags: americas, argentina, environment, migration, resources
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Kaarina is an unemployed Finnish sawmill worker, who travels to Argentina to work after having enough of the short-term jobs and relationships back up north. The film is a personal statement about the ongoing global transformation of the forest industry. “Catching” continues from the themes of the sawmill related short film “If I Fallâ”, by Hannaleena Hauru in 2007. The film is opening a universal aspect to the issues about forest industry, work, and the search of love. “Catching” combines everyday work in a poetic context with a dramaturgic structure, following a cross-section of a tree.

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