NASELLE, Wash. — The winner of the Finnish Jussi Award (equivalent of the Acacdemy Award) for the best documentary film in 2013 is being shown at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Appelo Archive Center, 1056 State Route 4. “Kovasikajuttu” is the original title of the documentary, “The Punk Syndrome.” Produced in Finland in 2012, the film is about four members of a punk rock band who are developmentally disabled, living with autism and Down syndrome.

The Punk Syndrome is 85 minutes long, and it is in Finnish with English subtitles. There is no rating for this film, but moviegoers should be aware it contains swearing. There is no cost for admission, but donations are greatly appreciated.

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