A documentary about the historical event in Pankakoski 1956. The mistrust between Gypsies and the white majority erupted dramatically and the men of the village joined together to drive the Gypsy population from the area. But was the question only about discrimination or could the isolation of the Gypsies from the Finnish society be seen as protecting their own cultural identity?

Crew
script & director: Erkko Lyytinen
cinematographer: Jarkko T. Laine
cinematographer: Marita Hällfors
cinematographer: Jyri Hakala
graphic designer: Timo Mänttäri

57 min, color, Finnish dialogue