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The Girl

The Girl

by Fredrik Edfeldt

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international title: The Girl
original title: Flickan
country: Sweden
sales agent: Delphis Films (CA)
year: 2008
directed by: Fredrik Edfeldt
screenplay: Karin Arrhenius
cast: Blanca Engström, Shanti Roney, Leif Andrée, Annika Hallin, Tova Magnusson-Norling

main awards/selection

Berlinale 2009Generation Kplus, Best Debut Film - Special Mention, International Jury Prize - Special Mention

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