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(4241) 7.1 123 min 2018

Unga Astrid is a movie starring Alba August, Maria Bonnevie, and Trine Dyrholm. Biopic of Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren, the author of numerous children's books and creator of Pippi Longstocking.

Maria Bonnevie, Trine Dyrholm, Alba August, Henrik Rafaelsen
Biography, Drama
Pernille Fischer Christensen

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director Pernille Fischer Christensen
Writer Kim Fupz Aakeson, Pernille Fischer Christensen
Stars Maria Bonnevie, Trine Dyrholm, Alba August, Henrik Rafaelsen
Country Sweden, Denmark
Also Known As Tornando-se Astrid, Lihiyot Astrid, Unge Astrid, Astridos Lindgren jaunyste, リンドグレーン, Young Astrid, Zrodila se Astrid, Nuori Astrid, Astrid Lingreni rääkimata lugu, Becoming Astrid, Młodość Astrid, Az ifjú AStrid, Astrīdas Lindgrēnas jaunība, Astrid, Conociendo a Astrid
Runtime 2H 3M
Description Biopic of Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren, the author of numerous children's books and creator of Pippi Longstocking.

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Tuesday, 18 Aug 2020 00:10

Afrid was the name of his father, and not her, and she was of the highest rank in the family. His father also had a brother, Magid, but he and Astrid were so close that Magid considered Afrid his father. But Astrid was unable to bear the burden of his father's absence and she grew into a somewhat narcissistic adolescent. But not all Astrids had a tragic ending. Like Astrid, Susanne Tarkowski was a daughter of a peasant family and her father had died in a Russian civil war. But Susanne's parents were not poor and she grew up to become a young woman, and by all accounts, an extraordinarily beautiful woman, who was gifted in many ways. Her father's legacy was more than just his death. In fact, his death gave Susanne a strong motivation to improve her life. In an effort to do so, she made the sacrifices of physical beauty and luxury that she was able to obtain, as she became a prominent member of the Swiss aristocracy, as well as a model for a series of books for young women. Susanne's legacy in the past has influenced both of her current-day sons, Sam and Anthony, who are about the same age as her father. Anthony has been a big admirer of Susanne since they were kids. His father had been able to see his son growing up and his wife dying at the same time, and he took that as a reminder of what was to come. When Anthony left college for a career in finance, he felt that he had to leave behind a good memory of his mother and his grandmother, and in that way he was able to win the affections of a woman he was meant to marry. And now Sam is trying to help his brother with a graphic novel he has been working on, and he is using his college degree as a form of identification. After all, he is a college graduate who graduated from a prep school and who has to go to college to further his education, so it is a bit of a disconnection. When he asks Susanne, "How did you live without your mother?" she replies, "What did I do without her?" When Sam and Anthony met, Sam was self-conscious that he was more older than the other two. But when they got together, Anthony told Sam that he could still win her heart, and they started dating. Not long after that, the two were married. Anthony has been doing his research on the politics and economics of the country where they live and he is eager to learn more about that part of Switzerland. They are married for the first time in about eight years. Not long after, his brother died, and his mother became his primary caregiver. His older brother gave him a simple education and then passed away. He has not met his brother's wife since she moved to another part of Switzerland. His brother's passing didn't seem to be a matter of urgency for Anthony. He tells Sam that he has been reading a lot about the politics of Switzerland, and he wants to learn more about their country's economy and politics. But his father is not interested. He is not interested in politics or economics, and the American politics and economics he has learned about has not been a very positive influence on him. So his father has suggested that he should move to the United States. He told Sam that he thinks it would be more difficult to do that in Switzerland than in the United States. But it is his own country, and he is quite willing to put his wife first and give up all of his interest in the country and its politics and economy. Anthony agrees. When Anthony comes back from a trip to Washington, he is shocked to find that Sam has been lying to him about how much he has changed in the last eight years. When Anthony tells Sam that he is planning to move back to Switzerland, Sam quickly changes the subject. She tells Anthony that she is going to take a job in New York, and that she will need to pack her things and get ready for the move. She then asks Anthony if he would come visit her in New York, and Anthony agrees. And then, Anthony comes to stay with Sam and his family. What is new in Anthony's life has been very positive for Sam. He has been able to develop a relationship with his wife, and he has learned to love his mother more, and he is learning how to appreciate his grandfather more. When he says that he is tired of all the politics, Sam responds, "All that stuff has nothing to do with our relationship." The important part of the story is that the two men are reconnecting, not because they are forced to, but because they have been forced to be. It is a happy ending
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 03:32

On her last day of a prison sentence, a girl who is known as Anna (Pekka Heino) and has served 10 years of her sentence is on the verge of being released. She is excited to be off and can't wait to see her husband and daughter (Erica Saksen). However, when she sees the family in the car on the way home, she becomes anxious and decides to hide out at a friend's house to await her release. She meets her old friends, the driver's wife and her son's girlfriend (Olivia Henriksson) who is pregnant and pregnant again. All of a sudden, Anna feels the urge to go to the other side of the city and ends up in the care of a retired nurse (Olga Poznanski), a woman who has known Anna since she was a child and is worried about how she will cope when her daughter is due. Anna believes that the authorities have done everything they can to help her because she has been denied the right to see her daughter and her daughter has not been allowed to see her father. At the end of the film, we find out that Anna has been released and is now back home with her husband and daughter. With the help of her mother, she has managed to come to terms with her past and has started a new life. There is also a brief appearance by Pekka Heino who is an old friend of hers who is now an older man. The story is very realistic, depicting what could have happened to Anna when she was imprisoned. The way that Anna dealt with the problems she was facing while in prison and being locked up in a mental hospital was very realistic. Pekka Heino does a great job as the character Anna. Anna is a very strong character who stands up for herself and for what she believes in. She is quite strong and is not easily shaken by the life she is living. The film is filmed in a beautiful way, showing Anna's home, her family and her new life. The cinematography is also beautiful, showing Anna's home and the things she uses to get by. Pekka Heino is very good at portraying a character who is suffering and who does not want to be around any new people. The actress who plays Anna's mother is also great, showing the emotional struggles that she goes through when she comes to terms with Anna's past. All of the actors in the film are very good in their respective roles. The film is very realistic and is quite heartbreaking at times. I loved the way the film was filmed and the way the film was shot, showing the everyday life of the people who live in the town where Anna lived. The film was beautifully shot and showed us a nice look at the town that was mainly inhabited by the mentally ill. The soundtrack also contributes a lot to the film. The soundtrack is beautiful and all of the tracks are fitting for each scene of the film. The music is very good and also very fitting for the film. It fits well with the film and is always in the right place. Overall, "Anna" is a great film. It is a very realistic film about a person who has been dealing with a very difficult situation and who deals with it on her own. It is an amazing film and is one that I would definitely recommend. It is very emotionally involving and I would recommend this film to anyone. Grade A+

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