“Rocky VI” is a 1986 black-and-white short parody of Rocky IV by Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki. The film stars Antti Juhani “Silu” Seppälä (Leningrad Cowboys) as Rocky and Sakari Kuosmanen as Igor, his Soviet opponent: the boxers fight at Töölö Sports Hall in Helsinki, and the much bigger Igor quickly wins the match by knocking out Rocky. “Rocky VI” is still shown at many film festivals: in 2004 it was screened at Finále Plzeň (Czech Republic) and at Xèntric at the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (Spain); in 2007 it was screened at the Tampere Film Festival as part of a Kaurismäki retrospective. The letters VI in the title actually represent an inverted IV of Rocky IV, the specific film parodied.