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It wasn't one of the best films I've seen, but I can say it was entertaining. Comparing it to another Swedish youth film called "Festival", I have to say this one was way better. It was cute with the style it deals with the pure feelings of teens. It could have been much better too, only with less exaggeration. I have to say the young actors are doing a pretty good job. Apparently they have enough experience from the series. I watched this film to improve my Swedish rather than the sake of enjoying it, but I have to say it was quite enjoyable. Worth watching. Especially for those who feel like a flashback to their teens. 7/10 for this one.
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