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A very well executed family-movie for both kids and adults! Great actors, story, music, scenes and dialouge. I'm surprised by the low ratings, there's really nothing to complain about if you have a sence of humour.
It might now be very well connected to the movies showing them as adults but I don't feel that's the point and the characters that are consistant in the story is very well portraited anyways. There's no lilla Jönssonligan-film that tops this one. Enjoy!
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