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Swedish "public service"-TV keeps feeding us with mostly, pure junk, of which this series is another fine example. People that probably were teenagers a long time ago try to make their impression of what is like to be one today, and miss the mark completely. The show feels unrealistic, as a youngster I do not recognize myself at all here. To add to the strived after-realism, it is filmed in very grainy digital video and the lightning is virtually non-existant. Which I find only irritating, when its probably intended to be "cool".
This show got very bad ratings and missed its intended audience completely. In fact, a majority of the people who actually watched it were senior citizens. But since public service is financed by license money that you have to pay if you own a TV, and not what sells, someone came up with the brilliant idea to make a follow-up to the series: Spung 2.0. Wonderful. Stay away from this one. 1/10.
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