"Brothers In Arms" was shot in Pori

Director/Script Writer Iiro Peltonen in action with Jose Viitala and Antti Väre
Story: Hannu Koivuranta
"Brothers In Arms" - written and directed by Iiro Peltonen - was shot on the 19th of June in Pori, in the Fortress Park of Reposaari.

In the short film two soldiers affectionate of each other find themselves in a dilemma when their own sexual derivatives do not meet.

"Brothers In Arms" has a goal to establish festival success both in Finland and abroad. The film's unique approach and taboo-breaking storyline has already up heaved a lot of conversation even before its completion.

The Fortress Park was built in 1935 as a volunteer military act. It was last used in 1944 and it stopped functioning after the Interim Peace.

The length of the final film will be around five minutes. Its deadline is 30th of August 2010 and the premier will be held in Tampere with "Finders, Keepers" and "Connection Lost" in the middle of September.

Photo: Hanna Maria Mäkelä