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An otherworldly evil is slipping into a small town in Sweden. Six unrelated girls have been chosen to fight this evil. Together they must overcome their differences in order to save themselves and the world.

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Rebecka Mohlin
Helena Engström ...
Anna-Karin Nieminen
Miranda Frydman ...
Vanessa Dahl
Irma von Platen ...
Minoo Falk Karimi
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Ida Holmström
Leona Axelsen ...
Linnéa Wallin
Ruth Vega Fernandez ...
Adriana Lopez
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Kevin
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Gustaf
Johanna Granström ...
Jannike Dahl
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Max Rosenqvist
Dick Idman ...
Taisto Nieminen
Gustav Lindh ...
Elias Malmgren
Ann-Sofie Nurmi ...
Mia Nieminen
Charlie Petersson ...
Wille
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An otherworldly evil is slipping into a small town in Sweden. Six unrelated girls have been chosen to fight this evil. Together they must overcome their differences in order to save themselves and the world.

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Magin vaknar. (Magic is awakening.)


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18 February 2015 (Sweden)  »

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A Kör  »

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Trivia

The scene in the abounded park when the blood moon appears was shot in several degrees below zero Celsius becoming particular grueling because the actresses had to be barefoot and only wearing their pajamas. See more »

Goofs

When Anna-Karin and Ida talk in the hall at the Saint Lucy celebration the reflection of the camera operator can be seen in the windows. See more »

Quotes

Minoo Falk Karimi: It's probably better if I just stop being in love.
Rebecka Mohlin: Heh! Good luck with that.
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Things We Left Behind
Written by L. Andersson
Performed by ATLAS
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Feels under-developed
3 April 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I was looking forward to watch a Swedish movie, which I don't do very often. The reason is that Swedish film is known to be.. it's hard to explain, but cringe-worthy is definitely one way to put it. Swedes are pretty awkward in real life, but on film we're even more awkward. A good example of this is to compare the original first Millennium film with the Fincher remake.

I had heard that this movie was good, but it wasn't. FYI i have not read the books.

The villain was disappointing in execution and anything but threatening. I didn't believe for a second that the world was in grave danger.

The acting and dialog was cringe-inducing quite often, in typical Swedish fashion. The movie felt rushed and the lore of this universe was barely explained.

I give it a bonus star for portraying teen life and goth fashion pretty accurately (movies from all countries usually fail at this).


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