This is an excellent box set containing four Kaurismäki movies plus a bonus interview with Jonathan Ross that he did in 1991
The first DVD is colour and contains Aki's directorial debut, Crime and punishment, an adaptation of the Dostoevski novel, which follows Rahikainen, a slaughterhouse worker who kills a businessman then plays a cat and mouse game with the two detectives who are persuing him.
The bonus feature is Aki's 1991 interview with Jonathan Ross, which takes place at the midnight sun film festival in Sodankylä
DVD 2 has two black and white movies, first is Hamlet goes business. A (very) loose adaptation of the Shakespear play which sees Pirkka Pekka Petelius in the role of Hamlet and co stars Aki's leading lady Kati Outinen as Ophelia.
Calamari union is a surrealistic adventure following the fortunes of 15 men all named Frank, and one named Pekka, who decide to leave their home town for a better life in Eire.
DVD 3 is another black and white movie: La vie de bohème, a French language film following the exploits of three bohemian artists, a painter, an artist and a composer.
This box set contains 3 DVD's in slimline cases and have English subtitles that can be turned off.