Thousand Times Stronger, A

SF Film

Signe is a quiet and contemplative fifteen year old. She’s a good girl who gets top marks on all her exams and makes absolutely no fuss. Not in the classroom and not outside of it. She’s the kind of girl you can always count on, but the kind of girl you’d be unlikely to remember years from now. Signe’s school is like any other school, complete with the usual social groupings of the cool and the nerds. We see the usual social games being played among the girls in the class, with the popular Mimi as the leader toward whom everyone is drawn.Saga is different and immediately distinguishes herself from the rest. She’s strong, outspoken and self-assured. Free of all pretence and unimpressed by status symbols, she doesn’t abide by the unwritten rules and social codes that dictate the existence of the other students. Slowly life in Signe’s class is changing.But what happens when someone refuses to play by the rules?

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Thousand Times Stronger, A

Title Thousand Times Stronger, A

Original title Tusen Gånger Starkare

Director Peter Schildt

Country Sweden

Film status Completed

Original language Swedish

Cast Julia Sporre, Judit Weegar, Happy Jankell, Hjalmar Ekström, Jacob Ericksson, Katharina Cohen, Göran Ragnerstam

Script Christina Herrström

Producer Peter Possne, Rickard Petrelius, Sara Sjöö

Editor Anders Nylander

Director of photography Rolf Lindström

Production company Sonet Film AB

Release 2010 Sep, 24

Duration 85 min

Signe is a quiet and contemplative fifteen year old. She’s a good girl who gets top marks on all her exams and makes absolutely no fuss. Not in the classroom and not outside of it. She’s the kind of girl you can always count on, but the kind of girl you’d be unlikely to remember years from now. Signe’s school is like any other school, complete with the usual social groupings of the cool and the nerds. We see the usual social games being played among the girls in the class, with the popular Mimi as the leader toward whom everyone is drawn.Saga is different and immediately distinguishes herself from the rest. She’s strong, outspoken and self-assured. Free of all pretence and unimpressed by status symbols, she doesn’t abide by the unwritten rules and social codes that dictate the existence of the other students. Slowly life in Signe’s class is changing.But what happens when someone refuses to play by the rules? Signe is a quiet and contemplative fifteen year old. She’s a good girl who gets top marks on all her exams and makes absolutely no fuss. Not in the classroom and not outside of it. She’s the kind of girl you can always count on, but the kind of girl you’d be unlikely to remember years from now. Signe’s school is like any other school, complete with the usual social groupings of the cool and the nerds. We see the usual social games being played among the girls in the class, with the popular Mimi as the leader toward whom everyone is drawn.Saga is different and immediately distinguishes herself from the rest. She’s strong, outspoken and self-assured. Free of all pretence and unimpressed by status symbols, she doesn’t abide by the unwritten rules and social codes that dictate the existence of the other students. Slowly life in Signe’s class is changing.But what happens when someone refuses to play by the rules?

Title Thousand Times Stronger, A

Original title Tusen Gånger Starkare

Director Peter Schildt

Country Sweden

Film status Completed

Original language Swedish

Cast Julia Sporre, Judit Weegar, Happy Jankell, Hjalmar Ekström, Jacob Ericksson, Katharina Cohen, Göran Ragnerstam

Script Christina Herrström

Producer Peter Possne, Rickard Petrelius, Sara Sjöö

Editor Anders Nylander

Director of photography Rolf Lindström

Production company Sonet Film AB

Release 2010 Sep, 24

Duration 85 min

Genre: Children, Family, Youth drama






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