Sounds Like Teen Spirit

Sounds Like Teen Spirit
Sounds Like Teen Spirit

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Year

2009

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English

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If you think that the Eurovision Song Contest is strange, tacky or just fascinating, how bizarre must the Junior version be? This documentary finds out. The contestants are between 10-15 and, unlike the adults, have to write their own songs. And whatever you think of their music or their stage acts, they mostly come across as a pretty likeable bunch, if filled with the mixture of egotism, insecurity and desire to beat the odds that drives most performers on. The result is one of the most entertaining documentaries in years.

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Contains infrequent mild language and sex references

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