and so “action” may be filmed too tastefully for some tastes. Finnish blond Leevi (Janne Puustinen) visits Jouko (Mika Melender), his widowed, homophobic father who’s hired a handyman to work on their country house. Tareq (Boodi Kabbani) is a recently arrived Syrian refugee, which doesn’t sit well with Jouko either. The acting’s fine, the story’s relatable. If you can handle the languid pace, you’ll probably fall in love with one, if not (as I did) both leading men.