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BORA BORA

by Hans Fabian Wullenweber

synopsis

Mia, 15, is at odds with everyone. School is hell and her mother is always on her back. Mia is only at peace when she is running — something she is good at. On a downtown shopping street she meets Zack, 16, who runs with a gang of kids who want to become parent independent and live as pickpockets. Mia joins them, but finds the pressure difficult. Moreover, the police have their eye on them. Mia has a choice, to keep ignoring her problems or face up to them.

international title: Bora Bora
original title: Bora Bora
country: Denmark
sales agent: Nimbus Film
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Hans Fabian Wullenweber
release date: DK 01/09/2011
screenplay: Hans Fabian Wullenweber
cast: Sarah-Sofie Boussnina, Janus Dissing Rathke, Mette Gregersen, Nastja Arcel, Jimmy Jørgensen
cinematography by: Jacob Kusk
film editing: Søren B. Ebbe, Steen Schapiro
art director: Torben Stig Nielsen
music: Morten Lambertsen
producer: Stine Spang-Hansen
production: Nimbus Film
backing: Danish Film Institute, DR TV
distributor: SF Studios Denmark
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