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Du ska nog se att det går över (2003)

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Johanna Svensson: Between skin and skin there is only light.
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All of My Pride
Music and lyrics Composed by Nina Ramsby, Ricky Tillblad, Carl-Michael Herlöfsson
Performed by Baxter
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Refreshing, inspiring & visually poetic
20 October 2003 | by (Tempe, Arizona) – See all my reviews

I happened upon this film while flipping channels and the first thing that caught my eye was the lush color - the cinematography is striking, yet seamless (really beautiful work, I thought). The stories told by the three young women are poignant, heartbreaking and at the same time triumphant for the LGBQT community and its allies. I had a permanent smile on my face after viewing this movie. I hope many people have the chance to see this film - truly touching.


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