Totally True Love
Jørgen + Anne = Sant
Nine-year-old Anne falls in love with the new boy in her class, Jorgen. But so does Ellen, the prettiest girl in school. However, against all odds Anne has made up her mind: she wants him.

Anne is an energetic girl whose favourite activities are tree-climbing and running. When the new boy in class, Jorgen, moves into the haunted house down the road, Anne’s world is turned upside down; she falls head over heels in love with him. All the other girls in Anne’s class fall for Jorgen as well, including beautiful blonde pony-tailed Ellen. But that is of no hindrance to Anne; she is willing to go further than anyone to win him over. When done in the name of love, everything is allowed…isn’t it?

The film is based upon one of Norway’s most popular children’s books, “Jorgen + Anne = Sant”, by Vigdis Hjorth.
Production Information
Genre: Children
Length: 1hr 27min.
Production Year: 2011
Language: Norwegian
Premiere date: 25-02-2011
Producers: Teréz Hollo-Klausen, Tanya Badendyck, Silje Hopland Eik
Co-Producers: Lars L Marшy and Maite Wokoeck
Director: Anne Sewitsky
Anne: Maria Annette Tanderød Berglyd
Jørgen: Otto Garli
Beate: Aurora Bach Rodal
Ellen: Vilde Fredriksen Verlo
Tone: Kristin Langsrud
Knut: Peder Holene
Einar: Sigurd Sæthereng
Dag: Adrian Holte Kristiansen
Helga, Beate’s Grandmother: Birgitte Victoria Svendsen
Anne’s father: Terje Ranes
Anne’s mother: Silje Breivik
Jørgen’s father: Ole Johan Skjelbred
Ellen’s mother: Tone Beate Mostraum
Teacher: Morten Faldaas
Knuts father: Markus Tønseth
2011 Berlin International Film Festival, Opening Film Generation Section
2011 Giffoni Film Festival: Gryphon Award for Best Film, Elements +10 section
2011 National Film Award Amanda for Best Editing
2011 Poznan International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino! : Golden Goat for Best Live-Action Film for Children – International children`s Jury
2012 European Youth Film Festival of Flanders: Best Feature Film
2012 Montreal International Childrens Film Festival FIFEM: Best Feature Film
2012 Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival: European Childrens Film Association – ECFA Award
2013 Festival Internacional de Cine para Niсos (…y no tan Niсos), Mexico City: Best Feature Film
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