Janne, a man from Lapland in northern Finland, is a man who has made a career out of living on welfare. Inari, his girlfriend, is tired of Janne’s inability to get a grip on life. Janne wasn’t even able to buy a digital TV box that Inari had given him money for. Inari gives him an ultimatum: a digital box needs to arrive by dawn or she leaves. Janne sets out into the night with his two friends to find a box. On their way to the city of Rovaniemi, Janne and his friends face many challenges, obstacles and temptations. They learn that they need to be daring. There’s no room to give in to bitterness. The most important thing isn’t success, but rather the journey itself. Lapland Odyssey premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, and was the most watched film in Finland in 2010. It received official selection by five film festivals including the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival and Festival de L’Alpes d’Huez, where it won two awards. It also went on win four Jussi Awards in Finland.