Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
on 11/10/2016 12:16

This is  a very poignant and moving film that tackles issues that matter most to women, that which is being a mother and bearing a child.  Sadly for this couple,  there's a long gap that separates them towards achieving this purpose. For Venla,  it's a lifelong dream but for her husband Antero having a child would mean a hindrance to his Olympic dream. And as if it's not enough, he secretly deceives her. The shift in attention by Venla from Antero to Satu the fertility doctor though unexpected became somehow a saving grace towards Venla's quest to bear a child. Despite the absence of more cinematic shots  this  movie was effective in conveying strong emotions through the use of  two-shots and medium shots in its entirety.  A very affecting film that has a universal appeal,  worth checking out!