Aarresaaren sankarit

Aarresaaren sankarit
Directed by Mervi Pohjanheimo
Heikki Rosti
Written by Heikki Rosti
Starring Konsta Hannonen
Olli Kinos
Peter-Sebastian Lehtonen
Kari Nenonen
Release date(s) 26 April 2003 (2003-04-26)
Country Finland
Language Finnish

Aarresaaren sankarit is a 2003 Finnish short film directed by Mervi Pohjanheimo and Heikki Rosti. The adventure film was written by Heikki Rosti. The film is a family adventure and is only 30 minutes long and was produced for Finnish television channel MTV 3.

The mini film was shot in Väski, in the Turku archipelago, Finland.

Cast

  • Konsta Hannonen .... Wiktor
  • Olli Kinos .... Väinö
  • Kari Nenonen .... Isä
  • Miia Nuutila .... Äiti
  • Pauli Raatikainen .... Lauri
  • Pauliina Raatikainen .... Essi
  • Heikki Rosti .... Antti
  • Peter-Sebastian Lehtonen .... Hassu opas

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