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This article explores whether a specifically regional quality can be identified in the following Finnish and Estonian multi-protagonist/network narrative films: Aku Louhimies' Frozen Land (Paha maa, Finland, 2005) and Veiko Õunpuu's Autumn Ball (Sügisball, Estonia, 2007). The article begins by providing an overview of the discussion regarding multi-protagonist films - a film form in which several lead characters are commonly connected via accidental encounters. Thereafter, an examination isdoi:10.1515/bsmr-2017-0011 fatcat:3xhseehw3fcs3dajdeppk4a7o4