Naked Harbour tells the story of people who seek love and acceptance at any cost.
|阿尔玛·波斯蒂 (Alma Pöysti)||饰||Marika|
|西恩·帕特维 (Sean Pertwee)||饰||Robert|
|出品公司||Mogador Film (co-producer)|
|Edith Film Oy|
|First Floor Productions|
|CTB Film Company (co-producer)|
|发行公司||Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Blu-ray/DVD) (Finland)|
|Wide Management (2012) (All media) (World-wide)|
|华特·迪士尼电影公司 (2012) (Theatrical) (Finland)|
|ARTE (2014) (TV) (Austria)|
- The film received eight nominations at the 2013 Jussi Awards (Finland's national film prize), but didn't win any. Puhdistus (2012) received an equal eight nominations (winning five awards), also featuring actors Laura Birn and 阿曼达·皮尔克. Pilke took a long break from acting after the two intense and demanding roles. She later criticized the directing methods of 阿库·卢希米斯 during the filming of "Vuosaari".
- 米·库基, his wife Niina Repo and 阿库·卢希米斯 started writing the screenplay as early as summer 2007, right after Käsky (2008) was finished shooting. The first version was ready in the same year. In the summer of 2009 Louhimies was diagnosed with tonsil cancer (from which he fully recovered) which, together with his divorce process in 2010, delayed the pre-production. The film received a scriptwriting grant in November 2009 and production support in December 2010, both from the Finnish Film Foundation. The principal photography lasted 45 days and finished in late winter of 2011. After two preview screenings in Vuosaari, Helsinki on January 25-26, the film premiered in Finland on February 3, 2012.
- The ninth (episodic) storyline about a Finnish mixed martial artist and his Turkish-born girlfriend was filmed, but cut entirely from the film. The actors Antti Luusuaniemi, 阿斯莉·拜拉姆 and Janne Virtanen received a "special thanks" in the credits. Behind the scenes material from the set (octagon arena in a nightclub) was featured in the episodes Puoli seitsemän: Episode #2.119 (2011) and Puoli seitsemän: Episode #3.83 (2012). After the premiere of "Vuosaari", director 阿库·卢希米斯 announced that the cut scenes would be incorporated and expanded to a feature-length film, tentatively titled "Ultimate Fight". These plans have not yet materialized (only a teaser trailer was released in 2012).