@or As the movie was made in 1983, I doubt it would be popular now here in Finland. Movies of that era are pretty old-fashioned by today’s standards. However, they can be interesting for the sake of history they present.
@or Of course there are nationalists also here, they just aren’t as public as in many other countries. What is more prevalent is racism: there are actually some openly racist people now in the parliament too. That worries me quite much. :-/
@or Well, those Finns who think Finland is not a part of Scandinavia use the language as their main source of reasoning for their point of view. However, we share the majority of the cultural values with the rest of Scandinavian countries.