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Turn Me On, Dammit! -- In Skoddeheimen, Norway, 15-year-old Alma is consumed by her hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on.


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19 August 2011 (Norway) See more »
In Skoddeheimen, Norway, 15-year-old Alma is consumed by her hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Helene Bergsholm ... Alma
Malin Bjørhovde ... Sara
Beate Støfring ... Ingrid
Matias Myren ... Artur
Lars Nordtveit Listau ... Kjartan
Henriette Steenstrup ... Alma's Mother
Jon Bleiklie Devik ... Sebjørn
Julia Bache-Wiig ... Maria

Julia Schacht ... Elisabeth (as Julia Elise Schacht)
Arthur Berning ... Terje
Hilde-Gunn Ommedal ... Magda
Ole Johan Skjelbred-Knutsen ... Turnip Factory Boss
Finn Tokvam ... Math Teacher
Yngve Hustad Reite ... Careful Guy at Supermarket
Ronny Brede Aase ... Truck Driver
Per Kjerstad ... Stig (voice)
Olaug Nilssen ... Sebjørn's Wife (voice)
Thomas Opheim ... Børre
Arve Guggedal ... Einar
Inger Elisabeth Mingen ... Kari
Merete Red ... Artur's Sister
Mira Isabella Skaar Madsen ... Trampolinejenter
Karen Kyllese ... Trampolinejenter
Linda Ørnes ... Girls on Bikes
Line Sand ... Girls on Bikes

Directed by
Jannicke Systad Jacobsen 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jannicke Systad Jacobsen  written by
Olaug Nilssen  novel

Produced by
Knud Bjørne-Larsen .... financial producer (as Knud Bjørne Larsen)
Brede Hovland .... producer
Original Music by
Ginge Anvik 
Cinematography by
Marianne Bakke 
Film Editing by
Zaklina Stojcevska 
Casting by
Ellen Michelsen 
Art Direction by
Sunniva Rostad 
Makeup Department
Janne Røhmen .... key makeup artist
Kenny Tonjeson .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Lina Pedersen .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lene Heimlund Larsen .... third assistant director
Daniel Malmén .... first assistant director
Henrik Tangen .... second assistant director
Art Department
Marte Moen Danielsen .... assistant art director
Linn Karen Foerland .... assistant property master
Wenche Kjærstad .... property master
Kim Christian Kjærstad Rebeyrol .... props
Sound Department
Thomas Alveberg .... boom operator
Ingar Asdahl .... sound editor
Hugo Ekornes .... sound re-recording mixer
Hugo Ekornes .... supervising sound editor
Roy Fenstad .... foley artist
Gunn Tove Grønsberg .... foley recordist
Baard H. Ingebretsen .... sound effects editor
Andrew Windtwood .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Kjetil Haugen .... online editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Balgaard .... lighting technician
Christen Kenneth Gran .... lighting technician
Gabor Laczkó .... key grip
Thomas Strømstad Larsen .... assistant camera
Tania Nyberg .... still photographer
Endre Eken Torp .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sabina Cavenius .... costumes
Henriette Næss .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Julien Alary .... colorist
Raymond Gangstad .... conform
Klaus Gretland .... assistant editor
Christian Siebenherz .... trailer editor
Espen Skjørdal .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
Nils Johan Grønning .... location scout
Erik Hovland .... location scout
Music Department
Johan Husvik .... music supervisor
Hanne Hee Lange .... music licensing
Other crew
St&aringle Stein Berg .... script consultant
Kristoffer Endresen .... production assistant
Karl Gunnar Schmidberger Karlsen .... production assistant
Gunhild Oddsen .... production coordinator
Severin Omundsen .... production assistant
Helga Maria Sulen Sund .... production coordinator
H. Spencer Young .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Få meg på, for faen" - Norway (original title)
"Turn Me On, Goddammit" - International (English title) (festival title), UK (imdb display title)
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76 min
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Awarded "Best Screenplay" at the Tribeca Film Festival 2011. Awarded the "Independent Distribution Award for Best Debut Film" at the International Rome Film Festival 2011. Jannicke Systad Jacobsen was chosen as one of Variety's "Ten European Directors to Watch" at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2011. The film also won Best European First Feature at the Mons International Love Festival (Belgium) in 2012.See more »


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23 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
A Different Kind of Sex Comedy, 8 May 2012
Author: FilmPulse

The concept of the adolescent sex comedy is not something movie goers haven't seen before, but the Norwegian film Turn Me On, Dammit! does offer a new perspective on a popular, yet critically maligned sub-genre. The film features everything one might expect from a sex comedy. Awkward moments, a few shocks, and several scenes of tenderness, however the thing that sets this film apart from the American Pies, is that the horny teenager in this film is a female.

The film focuses on Alma, a 15-year-old girl who lives in the small town of Skoddeheimen, and is in a constant state of fantasy, daydreaming about sleeping with nearly every man she lays eyes on. To suppress her urges, she becomes slightly addicted to calling phone sex lines, although she realizes they are a poor substitute for real human affection. She lives with her mother, who doesn't exactly know how to cope with her daughter's budding sexuality, and has difficulty approaching the subject. Alma is also in love with her neighbor Arthur, but after an incident at a party involving him, she misses her shot and becomes the school's pariah.

Adapted from a novel by Olaug Nilssen, and written and directed by Jannicke Systad, the most interesting part of Turn Me On, Dammit! is the simple fact that there's a female lead. Too often in American cinema we only see boys as dorky, sex-obsessed virgins. In our sexually repressed society, it's easy to forget that girls get horny too, and that's exactly what this film explores.

While there were certainly some embarrassing and uncomfortable moments in the film, it would be unfair to compare it to the sex comedies of America, because rather than focusing on the outlandish, this film takes a much more grounded approach. The comedy is less gross-out sight gags, and more dialogue-driven and situational.

The bleak backdrop of the one-horse town the characters live in is just enough to give the film that Euro-indie feel that we are all becoming accustomed to. Those viewers that grew up in small towns will also appreciate the stagnant feeling the characters all seem to share regarding the town.

While the majority of the film was charming, there weren't too many laugh out loud moments. Although some of the jokes may have been lost in translation, overall it was not a very funny movie. That's not to say it wasn't entertaining, just don't expect a laugh riot.

The film's climax also left something to be desired. The majority of the film moved at a relatively slow pace, then when Alma hit her lowest point, she inexplicably does a 180 and everything is sunshine and rainbows once again. One could argue this sentiment, but I would have liked to have seen a stronger resolution between Alma and her mother, and be given more inner dialogue from her explaining why she was feeling better about life.

Although Norway seems to be cranking out high quality movies left and right these days, most of them are gritty crime stories, so it's refreshing to see a more light-hearted film come our way. Turn Me On, Dammit! is a charming, yet slightly flawed coming of age story that will entertain some, and outrage others (Republicans, I'm looking at you.) Adam

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