Amalie works hard to fit in to a world where having it all is what matters - looks, money and dancing skills. Then she meets Michael, the street-dancer, who is different from any other person she has met.
Amalie works hard to fit in to a world where having it all is what matters - looks, money and dancing skills. But, when her father goes bankrupt, life as she knows it falls apart. At school, Amalie tries to pretend like nothing has happened. Then she meets Michael, the street-dancer, who is different from any other person she has met. Torn between her new life with Michael and the constant jealousy of her old friends, Amalie finds herself stuck in a continuous web of lies. How long can she keep the two worlds apart, and will she dare to be true to herself in the end?Written by
When Maja Lunde was writing Battle she came across a video of Lisa Teige (Amalie) in the popular web series Skam. She immediately thought that Teige would be able to play the role of Amalie perfectly. When Lunde discovered that she could dance as well, she knew she was right for the role. See more »
These kind of movies never really get good ratings, but...
I think theyre exactly what they should be. They make you feel stuff, they make you cringe and they make you smile. Thats what these kind of movies are supposed to be for me.
And Battle did the job well. I do not expect a masterpiece in storytelling and visuals in these kind of movies. Yes it could've been done better, but it did what it had to for me to recieve the 7 star rating. Well done.
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