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Sandor slash Ida (2005)

Party girl meets a male ballet dancer on the Internet.

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Henrik Georgsson

Writers:

Sara Kadefors (novel), Sara Kadefors | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrej Lunusjkin Andrej Lunusjkin ... Sandor
André Lidholm André Lidholm ... Nicko
Adam Lundgren ... Valle
Aliette Opheim ... Ida
Matilda Ragnerstam Matilda Ragnerstam ... Susanna
Camilla Fernandez Camilla Fernandez ... Therese (as Camila Catalina Fernandez)
Platte Hald Platte Hald ... Vakten
Svetlana Rodina Ljungkvist Svetlana Rodina Ljungkvist ... Ilona (as Svetlana Rodina-Ljungkvist)
Lia Boysen ... Marie
Rebecca Scheja Rebecca Scheja ... Vanja
Oscar Rydelius Oscar Rydelius ... Tobbe
Anne Lundin Anne Lundin ... Lotta
Mohammed Assir Mohammed Assir ... Fadi
Rickard Roxvall Rickard Roxvall ... Anton
Sara Zancotti Sara Zancotti ... Christina
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Storyline

A young teen lives life in the fast lane. Already using lots of drugs. Alcohol. Her mother too. Father abroad, and unwilling it seems. "The viewers" (Our hero) young teen meets a another (The other hero) who lives life too slow, and he's overprotected. They meet in a chat room, and live in different towns. HE dances ballet, cause most of his family pressure him. SHE dances in a more subtle way, cause most of her friends pressure her - They kind of hate their lives, the way it's going. Some times new doors opens a bit though. Maybe wide even. Can they be one of very few duo's, who actually work in our time? Can they show us the way? Love in every way? Written by Joel Kullberg

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Official Sites:

Official site [Sweden]

Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

4 February 2005 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Sandor & Ida See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Was originally meant to be a script for a SVT Drama but was rejected and became a book instead which the movie is based upon. See more »

Soundtracks

We're Not Holding Hands
Composed by Mariette Hansson, Anders Lennartsson (as Anders Lennartson)
Lyrics by Peter Ågren
Performed by Mariette Hansson
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A good film about the love of two seemingly different teenagers
19 October 2006 | by VimmaSee all my reviews

I'm a big fan of Swedish teen movies, and Sandor slash Ida didn't disappoint me even though it is pretty predictable.

The movie is based on a novel by Sara Kadefors (they are almost the same, you can pretty much say that you've read the novel when you've seen the movie ;) ). The main characters are Ida, a party girl with mentally ill mother from Stockholm and Sandor, shy, inexperienced, ballet dancing boy from Göteborg. They both feel kind of "outcast" in their social circles but luckily they meet each other in a chat room. The consequence is a relationship with many severe problems, consolation and friendship turning into love.

It is basically about teenage life and finding your individuality, so of course it has been compared with Lukas Moodysson's F*cking Åmål. I adore that film and it is better and more original than Sandor slash Ida but I think that the same freshness, the horror and joy of being a teenager and problems that arise when you are trying to find and defend your own path in the world. I felt happiness, joy, pity and sadness, even anger, while watching both of these movies.

Sandor slash Ida is not especially original but I think that it is well made and the actors fit perfectly in their roles. Both Ida and Sandor look, talk, dress and act just like I imagined while I was reading the book.


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