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Jesper W. Nielsen
Isabella is 30 and single. Her friends have fancy careers, getting married and so on. She is a freelance actor. In her CV, among other merits, she claims being an acrobat. One little lie will leads to another. Bigger.
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Carl Martin Norén
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I really like this film. It's good with the effects, and the colors are great too. Especially the slow-motion scenes, it looks like a music-video or something. The characters are cool and because they are so different, it's easy to see some of yourself in all three.
I went to see this with a lot of expectations, and that's always dangerous, because most often you get disappointed. I would like to say, that I didn't get disappointed at all, but I did, just a little bit. I would still recommend it for all teenage-girls, it's fun, interesting and you're glad it's not yourself!
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