Olli Maki – Review

Why the happiest? That defeat enabled the skilled, disciplined but very modest Finnish boxer to withdraw from the high-powered and highly-financed arena of world engagement and settle into the richer rewards of a simple life with his sweetie Raija.

That’s all Olli ever wanted. He was fine with being European champ, but he’s pushed into the world title match and burdened with the onus of Representing Finland by his windy manager Elis It’s hard to say that everybody would end up liking it. Especially the sport segment. That’s a major drawback of the film, but the other way around this is still very good. Only if you are okay with the facts over entertainment. So as I’m who already saw the film want to give a piece of advice for those who are yet to see it that watch it as a romance film. Yep, it is a better romance film than a boxing film. That’s not how the pre developments swings, but it gets there a little late and then ends with an unexpected twist.

 

-Nazher-

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