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Immediate Boarding (2003)

Tur & retur (original title)
Two 11-year olds, Julia and Martin, decide to swap lives with each other.

Director:

Ella Lemhagen

Writers:

Birgitte Bratseth (idea), Gry Bratseth Johansen (idea) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Davin Amanda Davin ... Martin / Julia
Jørgen Langhelle ... Torkel
Helena Af Sandeberg ... Kicki
Torkel Petersson ... Peter
Julia Ragnarsson ... My
Leonard Goldberg Leonard Goldberg ... Joakim
Henny Moan Henny Moan ... Grandmother
Bjørn Floberg ... Uncle Sverker, Torkel's brother
Sara Lindh Sara Lindh ... Sverker's wife
Ville Bergman Ville Bergman ... Jonatan
Mattias Silvell Mattias Silvell ... Anders
Ia Langhammer ... Marianne
Sannamari Patjas Sannamari Patjas ... Eva-Karin
Bengt Schött Bengt Schött ... Birger
Maud Hyttenberg Maud Hyttenberg ... Åshild (as Maud Hyttenberg-Bartoletti)
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Two 11-year olds, Julia and Martin, decide to swap lives with each other.

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Family

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This film was first released in Finland on 6 April 2005 on rental DVD by Nordiskfilm (under the title "Meno & paluu") and 22 April 2005 KinoScreen released it in theaters (under the title Vaihtolippu). See more »

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Version of Two Times Lotte (2007) See more »

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Very funny movie, for both kids and parents.
21 September 2005 | by popdromeSee all my reviews

This one brings back memories of classics like The Parent Trap, with a gender twist. Amanda Davin plays Martin and Julia, both from broken families and decide to swap lives. It's a funny, entertaining movie with some really funny moments. Especially the wedding scenes are particularly funny. Martin's huge grandmother is hilarious.

Amanda does a very good acting job playing a girl and a boy, very distinctively. I also liked the refreshing music, and production design is great.

This has lots of international potential, for a Scandinavian movie. It tells a universal story - if you get the chance, possibly with your kids - go see it.


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

25 December 2003 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Der chaotische Elterntausch See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$65,053
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1.85 : 1
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