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Admin16.07.2021

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Anspach stages her hijinks nimbly, and gets just the right balance of goofiness and sincerity from her stars.
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Admin30.06.2021

‘The Together Project’ (‘L’Effet aquatique’): Cannes Review

All water I suggest to Didda that her story of Solveig at the pool suggests the heavy hand of fate, or at least a very poetic aptness.
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Admin22.08.2021

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Water was her way of telling us that we are all made the same substance.
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Admin12.07.2021

‘The Together Project’ (‘L’Effet aquatique’): Cannes Review

Delivers comprehensive content on all of the main topics of discourse in Iceland at each time: in cultural life, politics or general social affairs.
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Admin14.07.2021

From Iceland — Last Splash: Didda Speaks About Sólveig Anspach

The two have a sweet, sexy chemistry — the essential, though so often sorely lacking, ingredient in romantic comedies.
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Admin25.08.2021

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Some rather bizarre circumstances conspire to result in Samir posing as a lifeguard from Israel.
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Admin23.07.2021

‘The Together Project’ (‘L’Effet aquatique’): Cannes Review

She trusted the humanity of people.
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Admin19.07.2021

From Iceland — Last Splash: Didda Speaks About Sólveig Anspach

She treated me and my life with the utmost respect.
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Admin29.06.2021

From Iceland — Last Splash: Didda Speaks About Sólveig Anspach

Lifeguarding and swim lessons become a metaphor for trust in a relationship—and then for risk-taking, as Samir follows Agathe to Iceland for an international lifeguarding conference! The movie also finds Anspach and writing partner Jean-Luc Gaget toning down their usual whimsy, which in Queen of Montreuil veered at times toward hive-inducing in one scene, the heroine ended up in the bathtub with a seal.
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Admin14.06.2021

From Iceland — Last Splash: Didda Speaks About Sólveig Anspach

The Together Project is very slight even at 83 minutes it feels a bit long , but its utter and complete lack of cynicism makes the film, in its own miniature way, sort of extraordinary.
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