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Vi är bäst! (We are the Best!)

Vi är bäst! (We are the Best!)
Vi är bäst! (We are the Best!)




97 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama


Swedish (English subtitles)

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Adapted from his wife Coco’s graphic novel, this sweet and spirited comic indie from Swedish director Lukas Moodysson sees three 13-year-old rebels start a punk band. Bobo and her Mohawk-haired best friend Klara have no musical training or instruments, but that’s not stopping them in their determination to form a music group – especially after they enlist their straight-laced, guitar-playing schoolmate Hedwig to complete the line-up, and launch into penning songs such as Hate The Sport, an attack on their school’s PE policy. Tender affection for these characters injects warmth into the wintry locations of 1980s Stockholm in this joyous celebration of youth, friendship and growing up different.


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Contains very strong language and moderate sex references.

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