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Compartment No. 6(Hytti Nro 6)

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Finland, Russia, Estonia · 2021
1h 46m
Director Juho Kuosmanen
Starring Seidi Haarla, Yuriy Borisov, Dinara Drukarova, Yuliya Aug
Genre Drama

A young Finnish woman leaving behind an affair in Moscow boards an empty train compartment on her journey to the city of Murmansk. However, she is unexpectedly joined by a boisterous, foul-mouthed Russian miner, and the two form an unexpected bond in this subtle, intimate drama of travel, connection, loss, and self-discovery.

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Marina Dalarossa Profile picture for Marina Dalarossa

The landscape here is harsh and the people gruff, which makes the tentative relationship between the two main characters all the more heartwarming. Though the film lags in some parts, it's rewarding to see the moments of genuine connection that Lyocha and Laura find together, and the sweet ending had me leaving the movie theater happy.

What are critics saying?


The Film Stage by

Kuosmanen has crafted a drama within a clearly defined moment in recent history, only to refuse to be tied to it. This approach to period storytelling proves far more intriguing than the romantic drama within this setting.


Time Out by Dave Calhoun

The performances, the writing and the direction all conspire to make it feel fresh and specific, and as bleak as the settings may be, it has a delicious black comic streak and shares the buzz of personal re-awakening without ever feeling obvious or cheap. It turns out to be a beacon of warmth amid a frozen wasteland.


The Hollywood Reporter by David Rooney

As dour as it often seems with its reek of stale booze and cigarette smoke, there’s joy here for patient audiences willing to find it, and to forego the easy consolations of a more conventional outcome.


The Playlist by Elena Lazic

Compartment No.6 is at its best when it unveils the gap between its characters’ true identities and the parts that they choose to play.


Variety by Jessica Kiang

The humdrum and heartswelling Compartment No. 6 evokes a powerful nostalgia for a type of loneliness we don’t really have any more, and for the type of love that was its cure.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

Despite the bone-chilling cold of its location in Murmansk in Russia’s remote north-west, there’s a wonderful human warmth and humour in this offbeat romantic story of strangers on a train.

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