During the winter in a small town in northern Finland, you might find yourself making plans to ask questions about human existence on a Saturday night. Or perhaps you’ll stay up in bed, giggling while reading a book by Sigmund Freud
. Such is the surreal world of “The Woodcutter Story
,” and right in the middle of it is Pepe (Jarkko Lahti
), a man so relentlessly bright-sided that his constant, glass-is-half-full view of life can drive his friends and co-workers to anger.
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