22-years old Josephine has moved from Stockholm to Malmö in the south of Sweden after her mother's death. Her closest friend is her godmother Emma. In Copenhagen she meets Elvis, who falls in love with her. When her ex-boyfriend Simon turns up she must confront the scars from her past and also choose between Elvis and Simon.
- Stars:Johanna Sällström, Emmanuel Limal, Marika Lagercrantz, Lars Bom, Björn Bengtsson, Roy Sällström, Karl Oscar Törnros, Marianne Mörck, Kalle Södergren, Kerim Arhan, Malin Hallberg, Kristina Kamnert-Suneson,
- Director:Alexandra-Therese Keining,
- Writer:Alexandra-Therese Keining
22-years old Josephine has moved from Stockholm to Malmö in the south of Sweden after her mother's death. Her closest friend is her godmother Emma. In Copenhagen she meets Elvis, who falls in love with her. When her ex-boyfriend Simon turns up she must confront the scars from her past and also choose between Elvis and Simon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: This documentary deals with the vast and crumbling educational system of the United States, and the roadblocks that keep children from gaining a thorough and full education. Director Davis Guggenheim first started his research ten years prior while covering a public school classroom and from there gained insight into the problematic system now in place to educate the nation's children. Guggenheim looks at the various causes of the gap between us, as an industrialized first world power, and the rest of the world in terms of education. There doesn't seem too much of a problem when it comes to federal funding, because the education budget has increased drastically in the last several years, and so Guggenheim more times than others points to the ineffectualness of the school system itself. Most problematic seems to be the teachers unions in place at this time. Though they do protect all teachers from discrimination, pay decreases, and unwarranted attacks via the US government, it also tenures ineffective and sometimes negligent teachers into positions that they should not be holding. They are guaranteed their job, and if they are found to be wanting, are not dismissed but given credence to be moved through the system as easily as some of these kids. Guggenheim also looks at the problems that have more to do with poverty, unstable homes, and the lack of direct aid to stricken neighborhoods. These children especially have a higher dropout rate with the equivalency in reading level of an elementary school child, and that has more to do with having a grading system that moves children up grade levels without warrant and those students not getting enough attention with giant class sizes. Teachers are not paid enough, children are tested unfairly, and overall the dropout rate is enormous throughout the country. Guggenheim unfairly puts a large emphasis on the role of charter schools, showing that they are intensely effective when it comes to test scores and college acceptance rates when they are only 17% superior in math test scores. The film also misrepresents some statistics from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, by saying that seventy per cent of eighth graders cannot read at grade level, which is false. Overall though, the evils of the system and the ineffectiveness alike are represented and many of the points raised are valid.
(gb) wrote: A lot of possibilities can happen on this interesting subject but they took the lousiest direction for a story.
(nl) wrote: While it does have a good message and good acting, it's uninteresting characters and sub-par direction makes this an average movie.
(kr) wrote: Quite realistic & fun...Usual romcom story, but still the feel is quite unique..Yashraj should be taking some tips here.
(fr) wrote: This was an okay movie. It had a good point so...
(br) wrote: Enjoyable and entertaining film, though its too common and too predictable what will be the ending will be, but the acting, the plot and the flow of the story are holding your eyes to keep on watching... Cute and catchy!... =D
(ca) wrote: I was expecting a nice fantasy Movie, it turned out to be Godzilla& co stuff. Even the special effects and the fantasy creatures looked so unrealistic. Oh and they are also singing, suddenly in mid of the Movie I thought I was watching a Musical. lol
(jp) wrote: 66% Um, it's colorful in that comic book/cartoon fasion and unintentional funny.
(ag) wrote: Empty plot, but good live footage from concerts
(au) wrote: Hey, it ain't exactly The 400 Blows but this is a pretty decent movie that flipflops between tragic romance and film noir. Not a bad way to spend two hours.
(ca) wrote: Lugosi finally gets to play another vampire character, yet the movie suffers from unoriginality and slow pacing. The make up is decent, the characters are alright, and Lugosi plays his role well. The plot is a bit bland though, and there isn't much new to see compared to other vampire films.