Finnish actors died because of Leukemia

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Rauni Mollberg

Rauni Mollberg (April 15, 1929 Hämeenlinna-October 11, 2007 Loimaa) was a Finnish film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor.

Mollberg began his career in the film industry as an actor in the 1950s, after which he transitioned to directing films in the 1960s. He gained international recognition for his 1972 film "The Earth Is a Sinful Song," which won the Golden Prize at the Moscow International Film Festival.

Throughout his career, Mollberg's films often dealt with social and political issues, particularly those affecting the rural working class. Some of his notable films include "Punainen viiva" (The Red Line) and "Maa on syntinen laulu" (The Earth Is a Sinful Song), both of which are based on novels by Finnish author Väinö Linna.

Mollberg was also involved in numerous cultural and political organizations, including the Finnish Association of Film Directors and the Communist Party of Finland. In 1993, he was awarded the Pro Finlandia Medal for his contributions to Finnish culture.

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