MOTION PICTURE, TELEVISION AND PRODUCTION DESIGN
The short film God's Teeth is set in Lapland in the 1930s. Juha is attending a confirmation class in a remote village, when a van drives into the churchyard. To Juha's horror, the back of the van is equipped for dental surgery. It has been decided that all the village youth will receive a full set of dentures as a confirmation gift, and they must all have their own teeth pulled out. Witnessing the agony of his friends, Juha tries to flee, but he doesn't get far. It seems impossible to avoid being fitted with confirmation teeth, until higher powers decide to intervene.
Kimmo Jaatinen studied cinematography in the Turku School of Arts and Communication and the University of Art and Design Helsinki, from where he graduated with an M.A. in 2007. He has shot documentaries shown on Finland’s TV 1 channel, such as Rakkaustaulu, Naista kohti, Liivi-Leea and Trulichka, as well as advertisements for customers including Nordea, Fazer, and Suosikki magazine. In addition, he has shot videos for such artists as Anna Eriksson, U-Street All Stars and Red Carpet. For the past three years, Jaatinen has worked as a location cameraman for the TV series Salatut elämät.
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