Steam of Life
Naked Finnish men in saunas speak straight from the heart and in the warmth of rusty stoves, cleansing themselves both physically and mentally towards the film’s deeply emotional and unforgettable finale. The film travels through Finland, inviting men of all walks of life in many different saunas to share their touching stories about love, death, birth and friendship — about life. STEAM OF LIFE reveals the men’s naked souls in an exceptionally intimate and poetic way.
Filmmakers in person Fri 7/30 at 7:30, Sat 7/31 at 9:50, Mon 8/2 at 7:30, & Tue 8/3 at 9:50!
- Country Finland/Sweden
- Language In Finnish with English subtitles
- Rating NR
- Year 2010
- Running Time 84 minutes
- Director Joonas Bergh
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