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A Thousand Times Stronger (2010)

Tusen gånger starkare (original title)
The arrival of a new girl causes a stir in classroom social structure.

Director:

Peter Schildt

Writer:

Christina Herrström (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Judit Weegar Judit Weegar ... Signe
Julia Sporre Julia Sporre ... Saga
Happy Jankell Happy Jankell ... Mimi
Hjalmar Ekström Hjalmar Ekström ... Ludde
Tina Pourdavoy Tina Pourdavoy ... Teres
Fanny Klefelt Fanny Klefelt ... Linda
Sara Linderholm Sara Linderholm ... Selma
Pierina Rizzo Pierina Rizzo ... Tova
Nathalie Fredholm Nathalie Fredholm ... Hilda
Allis Lindqvist Allis Lindqvist ... Mira
Charlie Gustafsson ... Viktor
Gustaf Mardelius Gustaf Mardelius ... Samuel
Joakim Lang Joakim Lang ... Leo
Fredrik Johansson Fredrik Johansson ... Magnus
Louise Appelgren Louise Appelgren ... Klasskamrat
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Storyline

Based on a best-selling novel by Christina Herrströms. Every school follows a social structure where the cool and popular dominate and the nerds and quiet types remain in the periphery. Signe is a bright 15 year old girl, but she's very shy and reserved, resigned to being an outsider. Things are as they are, until a new girl arrives who changes everything. Signe finds herself becoming less of a shy girl and a thousand times stronger. Written by Anonymous

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She is a thousand times stronger.

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Drama

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References Ebba och Didrik (1990) See more »

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A great plot but a boring movie
15 September 2011 | by chris-thomson-smithSee all my reviews

This movie is about how a girl can change a whole class. We thought the story was interesting but the movie was quite boring, there seemed nothing special about the movie. It was somewhat like a normal school day on film. The music was a good match to the film. Some of the actors weren't good enough for this kind of movie. The actress who played Signe was quite average, we thought.

It's a great movie for all ages but it's more related to teenagers. It was a story to relate to but the movie did not bring out the message like the book did.

If you really want to enjoy this story, read the book! This review was written by Tova, Cornelia, Nadia, Johan, Cecilia, Elvira and Albin at Kunskapsskola, Örebro!


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

24 September 2010 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$754,395
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Sonet Film AB See more »
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2.35 : 1
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