"Directed by Victor Lindgren, with Andreea Petre, Elin Marklund, Ingrid Nyström, Mattias Fransson."
"DRAMA Holmsund outside Umeå looks like a tedious settlement in this film where we meet 17-year-old Sabina who come to the north of sweden from Romania. Her older brothers are working to prepare the cars, himself, and she finds no work. Sabina meets a 15-year-old blonde Elin, who just started the summer holidays and in the film's opening sing ”Den blomstertid nu kommer” in the church to the bombastic orgelkomp.nFlickorna become friends, despite the language difficulties. Sabina talk most Romanian, Elin, some words in English, and often they talk past each other. Only we who read the translation to understand. The Swedish adult as a child have been queerer dialogue and strange scenes that don't feel credible. Detroit and herring represent the Swedish, plus a snipig the president, who seems to have something against immigrants who are not from Leeds.the distance is limited in many ways. A shaky camera to give a documentary sense, but there is not much that feels realistic. Or touching, despite the fact that Sabina and Elin may tell various tragic scenes from their lives.it is gray and hazy. People do not understand each other. The seagulls screaming."