After meeting unexpectedly at the hospital, three old friends head to a karaoke bar, where they contemplate their failures and, in the process, learn a lot about one another — and themselves. Matti has a baby on the way but seriously doubts his abilities as a father. Erkki regrets his lost relationship with his young son but remains worried about his own health. And Rauno hopes to reunite with his older son, who is now in his 20s.
Mika Juhani Kaurismäki (born 21 September 1955 in Orimattila, Finland) is a Finnish film director.
He is the elder brother of Aki Kaurismäki, and the father of Maria Kaurismäki who graduated from Tampere School of Art and Media in 2008 with her movie Sideline.
Mika Kaurismäki has lived in Brazil since approximately 1992 and has made several Brazilian-themed films, including Amazon, Tigrero, Sambólico, Rytmi, and Moro no Brasil. His film Brasileirinho is a 2005 musical documentary about traditional Brazilian choro music. —Wikipedia