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Jag saknar dig (2011)

Two teenage girls, Tina and Cilla, are identical twins who suffer a tragic event.


Anders Grönros


Kinna Gieth (novel), Anders Grönros (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
2 wins. See more awards »


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Credited cast:
Agnes Blåsjö Agnes Blåsjö ... Frida
Mikael Ersson Mikael Ersson ... Martin
Thomas Hanzon ... Albert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rebecka Andersson ... Kalasgäst
Einar Bredefeldt Einar Bredefeldt ... Fredde
André Eriksson André Eriksson ... André
Sanna Eriksson Sanna Eriksson ... Sanna
Olivia Flodin Olivia Flodin ... Lisa
Alva From Alva From ... Sandra
Basia Frydman Basia Frydman ... Farmor
Jonatan Fåhraeus Jonatan Fåhraeus ... Snygging på teater
Monica Goossens Monica Goossens ... Sjuksköterska
Anders Hedberg Anders Hedberg ... Mannen
Måns Herngren ... Regissör
Olov Häggmark Olov Häggmark ... Syster Björn


This movie is about Tina and Cilla, two identical twins in their teens who live with their mother and father in a smal town near Piteå. Tina goes to parties and dates guys while Cilla dedicated her time to the theater. One morning when they run to the school bus at their mother's birthday, Cilla gets hit from behind by their friend Martin. In the film obtained by Tina's eyes then see the everyday life of a girl who lost her twin sister. You also see how Martin is suffering the plight running over his friend. You also get to see their interest for acting. Written by Loka

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Amazingly awful
9 February 2011 | by KrikkitSee all my reviews

It started off OK...the first few minutes. But this train wreck of a movie soon spiraled out of control. Or into a ditch. Or wherever. The director must have been sleeping the entire time during filming - massive overacting by basically everyone, but most of all the two lead actresses. Top tip: there are other emotions in the human range than ON (dialled to 11) or lethargic. It's a young cast that has to carry this crap-fest on their (too) narrow acting shoulders, which of course puts an even tougher burden on the established actors...who also completely fails to deliver. And the script...if it was an airplane, it would be made out of cement and lead...and fly about as well. It is clear that the dialog is written by adult writers who has tried to write "youthful" dialog...which is then delivered by young actors trying their best to perform the script in a "mature" fashion. On top of everything, the movie is, at 2h11min WAY too long. An absolute BOMB!

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Finland | Sweden


Swedish | Italian

Release Date:

19 August 2011 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

I Miss You See more »


Box Office


EUR1,966,940 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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