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The mildly controversial, something politically incorrect and highly lovable school teacher Rita is back in the series ' fifth and supposedly final season. It has been said before, but this time it should be good enough. This and the next seven paragraphs is the last we will hear from the foul-mouthed and ever-storrygende Rita.
the Series has been running since 2012 and has on the face has never been marked by the great artistic ambitions, but in turn has managed to draw an ever more nuanced portrait of his hovedkarakter. In the fourth season we met her as a young girl, and learned her deeply unsympathetic father to know, which was to improve the understanding of who Rita was and is.
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Here in the fifth time around, she has bought the childhood home and made it into a lilleskole with the name of 'Our school' with 14 students and two staff members: A teacher (Rita) to take care of education and a school principal (Hiordis) to take care of the rest. It means purely technical, to Hiordis, after all, is rita's boss, which of course generates a great deal of conflict.
the Show's great strength has been the Mille Dinesen, who plays Rita, with strength, fragility and a high level of credibility. On the other hand I always had it a little difficult with Lise Baastrups Hiordis, which often drags the series down to a needlessly silly level.
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I know that it is supposed to Hiordis must be maria, but therefore one need not to take it so literally. Rita and Hiordis are not allowed to be alone with the pupils at the school very long, for Ritas ex-girlfriend Rasmus (Carsten Bjørnlund), moving shortly after the check on the couch and he will soon have the company of other persons from rita's past lives...
the Series also addresses the concepts such as 'cooperative learning' (which basically means that there is students ' active cooperation, which is the core of the learning experience) as well as 'fake news' - here in the form of denial of the holocaust - without it in any ways seems docerende.
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If the series as a whole possessed something more of the edge and fandeivoldskhed, as it ascribes its titelkarakter, it would be really good. But you have chosen to content themselves with a fundamental note of the cozy and the sympathetic, which, of course, nor is it the worst and probably a big part of the explanation for its huge success. We look forward to follow Rita to the door the next few Mondays.