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Book review: the tv series Shame in book form is both annoying and liberating

Author Julie Andem himself has pointed out that the release has been on the verge of what she feels comfortable with, but both the NRK and the Norwegian publisher of the Armada mean that the script is so literary qualities that it can stand on its own legs.

it? For those who were sucked into the first season of the SHAME (which aired in the autumn of 2015 in Norway, a year later in Sweden) fall this back to eva's flickrum, high school Nissens corridors and the ölstinna, sweaty vardagsrumsfesterna. I am struck (again) by how good the dialogue is, how immersive it feels, with or without samtidsmarkörer. Young people of ten years will consider this as dated is basically a fact, but it is almost also the point. The whole production around the SHAME revolved around to be as near the present as possible, by engaging young people via social media. You could follow the characters on Instagram and extras in the form of conversations between them were released in real-time. The series became one big NOW. To release the script in book form like this a couple of years later can be seen as an attempt to churn out a success already have slowed down.

the Book could serve as required reading for a manusutbildning.

Sandra Beijer has translated, which is a smart move by the Swedish publishing house; in addition to the author of the young adult books she is also a blogger with a large number of followers. She manages to capture the tone and the mood. But I think about how many layers of typos it will be in an uncorrected manuscript which are not to be corrected, and in addition: even more typo. There is something both annoying and liberating with this – the point of the book is not that it should be clean, properly. However, I'm wondering how urgent it is in printed form, and even if it is – how long?

the reader will be written on the nose, with the characters ' inner, is the story's quality intact. And it is fun to read how Julie Andem reasoning, how she encourages improvisation. It gives the feeling of the series created with large margins, generosity and trust. The book could serve as required reading for a manusutbildning, precisely because it demonstrates how it can go into creating something that requires cooperation.

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