Aldri mer 13!
- 1h 17min
13-year old Rikke sees Bea, the new girl in her class, as a challenge. After an endurance test to find which of them can lie longer in a circle of flames, they become friends. However, as a result of some unfortunate truths and half-truths, the friendship falters. Rikke feels that Bea has let her down, and resolves to continue the rivalry between them, but now in a less physical, more artful way. In addition we meet Rikke's elder sister Ninni, who has been in England to learn the language, and has had to leave her great love, a man twelve years her senior. The film is also about the problems Rikke encounters in fulfilling the expectations of those around her as she approaches womanhood. —The Norwegian Film Institute
I liked it
I've always thought that probably the environment influences if you like a movie or not. I just saw this movie at 10PM. Night is perfect for quiet movies. I liked it. It's about a red haired girl in it's teens, she has a new girl friend, her sister is dating a grown up. It's a little light, I mean, you don't see corpses or violence, it's a nice movie about a girl trying to fit in, though that's not what the movie is all about, it's about friendship and what you do to please others ... again, I liked it.
- May 1, 2002
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