Original Title

Tytöt tytöt tytöt

Genre / Sub-genre

Drama / Sassy coming-of-age

Production Year


Country of Origin

Language Spoken

Finnish, French


100 mins
Sundance FF
Berlin FF


Alli Haapasalo
Ilona Ahti & Daniela Hakulinen


Aamu Milonoff, Eleonoora Kauhanen, & Linnea Leino  

Production Company
Citizen Jane Productions

Leila Lyytikäinen & Elina Pohjola

Domestic release date
April 14th 2022 by Nordisk Film Distribution


Best friends Mimmi and Rönkkö have each other’s backs, always. They want to live adventurous lives, loaded with experiences and passion. Emma, on the contrary, has given her whole life to figure skating. Nothing gets between her and success. But when the girls meet, life opens new paths, and they all rocket in new directions. While Mimmi and Emma experience the earth moving effects of first love, Rönkkö is on a quest to find pleasure. Three Fridays is all it takes to turn their worlds upside down.

THE team

Alli Haapasalo


Alli Haapasalo (b. 1977) is a Finnish director and writer. With her third feature film Girl Picture she continues her passion to tell strong female driven stories. Haapasalo’s feature debut Love and Fury (2016) followed a writer finding her own voice. Force of Habit (2019) – written and directed by a collective of seven writer-directors – dealt with gender bias and structural misuse of power. It traveled the world bringing home several awards and received Jussi-nominations (Finnish Film Awards) for best film, best directing and best screenplay, and was given the Nordisk Film Award in 2020.

Leila Lyytikäinen


Leila Lyytikäinen is a seasoned producer with more than 20 years of experience. She has many feature films in her producer credits as well as the executive producer title on several big TV dramas such as Bordertown and Replacements.


Aamu Milonoff


Aamu Milonoff began her acting career at a very young age making her television debute when she was only 12 years old. Since then Aamu has worked consistently across numerous TV & Film projects, such as Little Wing and Stupid young heart by Selma Vilhunen, Teppo Airaksinen’s dark comedy series The Duke of Sipoo and Maanantai by Samuli Valkama. Aamu made her main stage debut performance in The Finnish National Theatre in 2016. Recently Aamu made her lead role debut as Aliisa in Ulla Heikkilä’s coming of age drama Eden, which screened extencively in the international festival circuit. Girl Picture is Aamu’s second leading role in a feature film. Aamu is currently studying the Master’s programme in Film and Television at Aalto university / ELO film school Helsinki.

Eleonoora Kauhanen


Eleonoora Kauhanen is a Finnish actor, dancer and singer. She gratuated from Lärkkulla musical theatre school in 2020. Before becoming a thriple-threat performer she studied ballet at Finnish national opera ballet school. After making her lead debut as Little Clara in Finnish National Ballet Company’s Nutcracker in 2012, her main focus switched to theatre, musical and camera-work. Eleonoora is best known from her roles as Megan in Valtimo theather’s play Megan’s Story (directed by David Kozma) Cassie in Peacock theatre’s musical A Chorus Line (directed by Marco Bjurström). The role as Rönkkö marks her lead debut in a feature film. At the moment Eleonoora is working on a new musical production yet to be announced.

Linnea Leino


Linnea Leino is a Finnish actor. She has a master’s degree in acting from the University of Tampere. When Linnea was young, she lived in France and graduated from the French language high school in Helsinki. She has a great interest in languages and is fluent in French, and speak also Italian, English, and Swedish – in addition to her mother toungue Finnish. She is known for her roles in series Aikuiset directed by Anna Dahlman and Nörtti:Dragonslayer666 by Aleksi Delikouras. Recently Linnea has appeared in the crime series Pahan väri and comedy feature Peruna. Linnea makes her lead role debut as Emma, a professional figure skater, in film Girl Picture.

"Girl Picture is a fragment of the lives of three girls at the cusp of womanhood, when every moment is so amplified, that even a fragment may include a whole universe."

- Alli Haapasalo (Director)

behind the scenes



Mimmi, Emma and Rönkkö are girls at the cusp of womanhood, trying to draw their own contours. In three consecutive Fridays two of them experience the earth moving effects of falling in love, while the third goes on a quest to find something she’s never experienced before: pleasure.

Target Group

  • Demographic:

    Women, Students, Young adults

  • Age:


  • Key words / interest

    Coming of age, romance, friendship, sexuality, foreign films

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