The author of perhaps the worst film in Finland does not regret his horror: “Its reputation has only grown in recent years”

In 2001, Kemmo’s brothers made Ponterosa a cult film, which has often been titled Finland’s worst film. Despite the questionable honor, Pasi Kemmo, who was the producer of Ponterosa, does not regret Ponterosa.

“We are proud of that. We did it without the support or funding of the Film Foundation, that is, completely independently. I funded it myself and brought together a number of collaborators, which at the time was not a very common way to make a film. And now it feels really great to always find new fans from the younger generations, ”says Pasi Kemmo in a recent article by Muropaket, which you can read here:

What is the worst film in Finnish history? Ponterosa, 20, is a strong candidate, but by no means the only one

“There have been quite a lot of contacts in recent years. It has been discovered by young people, mainly through YouTube and has been shown e.g. at film festivals such as Rokumentti Rock Film Festival 2019. The film is reportedly also gathering fan groups who watch it on DVD and thus its cult reputation only grows, ”Kemmo adds.

Below is perhaps Ponterosa’s most famous scene, which tells the story of the film’s quality of everything essential.


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