HANCOCK -- Last Cowboy Standing is the feature film of this month’s Nordic Film Series at the Finlandia University Finnish American Heritage Center, Hancock. The film will be shown twice -- at 2 p.m. and at 6 p.m. -- on Thursday, Feb. 10.
Released in 2009, Last Cowboy Standing (Skavabölen Pojat) is a family drama about two brothers in conflict.
Eighteen-year-old Rupert still suffers from nightmares about his abusive father. To him, his father is a curse. To his younger brother Evert, however, father is still father. Trouble and conflict slowly brew between the brothers, and the situation leads to tragedy.
The two-hour film is in Finnish with English subtitles. There is no charge to attend the film, but donations are accepted.
The Finnish American Heritage Center is located at 435 Quincy St., downtown Hancock. For additional information, please call 906-487-7549.