Overview

The Rosvola family – The Robbersons drive around the country in their pirate car robbing bypassing cars of their sweets, extra food and consumer goods. Life changes for the Rosvolas when they accidentally kidnap 10-year-old Vilja, a diligent school girl. Will Vilja succeed in escaping or will she become friends with the Rosvolas´ children Hele (12 years) and Kalle (9 years)? We are the Pirates of the Roads is a funny and crazy adventurous road movie for children.

  1. Marjut Komulainen

    Director, Writer

  2. Siri Kolu

    Novel

  3. Melli Maikkula

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Kari Väänänen

    Hurja-Kaarlo

  2. Timo Aula

    Kioskinpitäjä

  3. Emilia Hakkarainen

    Pirkko Pärnänen

  4. Arto Heikkilä

    Hullu Hurmala

  5. Olli-Kalle Heimo

    Artsi Luuvalo

Full Cast & Crew

We Are the Pirates of the Roads
We Are the Pirates of the Roads

Facts

Original Title Me Rosvolat

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 27, 2015
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Finnish

Runtime 1h 25m

Budget $1,700,000.00

Revenue -

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100

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