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Directed by Risto Jarva, A Time of Roses (1969) is a low-grade science fiction film set in the distant year of 2012 where the government is a meritocracy. We focus in on Raimo Lappalainen (Arto Tuominen), a historian who wants to know what the world of 1969 was really like. He decides to recreate the past by creating a likeness of a woman who died in 1976 via her contemporary double, Kisse (Ritva Vepsä), to act as a substitute.

Samm Deighan and Eric J. Peterson join Mike to discuss this anomalous Finnish science fiction film while artist and author Jyrki Siukonen discusses his book Living in the Future – Revisiting Time of Roses. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-projection-booth-podcast--5513239/support.
Directed by Risto Jarva, A Time of Roses (1969) is a low-grade science fiction film set in the distant year of 2012 where the government is a meritocracy. We focus in on Raimo Lappalainen (Arto Tuominen), a historian who wants to know what the world of 1969 was really like. He decides to recreate the past by creating a likeness of a woman who died in 1976 via her contemporary double, Kisse (Ritva Vepsä), to act as a substitute. Samm Deighan and Eric J. Peterson join Mike to discuss this anomalous Finnish science fiction film while artist and author Jyrki Siukonen discusses his book Living in the Future – Revisiting Time of Roses. read more read less

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