Film and TV Review — October 19, 2018 at 12:14 pm



Available in limited theaters and
across all major VOD platforms on March 1

Subliminal Films has acquired Finnish hillbilly thriller TUFTLAND for US distribution, and has provided a series of new posters in anticipation of a March 1 theatrical release. The debut feature from NYU graduate Roope Olenius, TUFTLAND concerns headstrong textile student Irina as she accepts a summer job offer from the isolated and self sufficient village of Kyrsyä, only to quickly realize that the offbeat hillbillies who inhabit the small town aren’t as harmless as they may seem.

The film, shot on location in the Finnish backwoods, is noted for its controversial and provocative blend of feminist themes, arthouse refinement, and slasher tropes.

The acquisition was negotiated on behalf of the filmmakers by sales agent Marco Magni of Euro Obscura. Subliminal Films.

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