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Få meg på, for faen (2012)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $126,085Details
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Synopsis

15-year-old Alma is consumed by her out-of-control hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to down-and-dirty daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on. Alma and her best friend Sara live in an insufferably boring little town in the hinterlands of Norway called Skoddeheimen, a place they loathe so much that every time their school bus passes the sign that names it, they routinely flip it off. After Alma has a stimulating yet awkward encounter with Artur, she makes the mistake of telling her incredulous friends, who ostracize her at school, until even Sara can’t be seen with her. At home, Alma's single mother is overwhelmed and embarrassed by her daughter’s extravagant phone sex bills and wears earplugs to muffle Alma’s round-the-clock acts of self-gratification.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: March 30th, 2012 (Limited) by New Yorker, released as Turn Me On, Dammit!
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 76 minutes
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Keywords: Coming of Age, Sexual Fetishism, Life in a Small Town, First Love, Teenage Sex Comedy, High School Hell
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Motlys
Production Countries: Norway

Cast

   Alma
Malin Bjorhovde    Sara
Henriette Steenstrup    Alm's Mother

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jannicke Systad Jacobsen
Based on the novel by    Olaug Nilssen
Producer    Brede Hovland
Producer    Sigve Endresen
Co-Producer    Frida Ohrvik
Director of Photography    Marianne Bakke
Editor    Zaklina Stojcevska
Composer    Ginge Anvik
Art Director    Sunniva Rostad
Costume Designer    Sabina Cavenius
Casting Director    Ellen Michelsen
Locaton Sound    Andrew Windtwood
Supervising Sound Editor    Hugo Ekornes
Sound Mixer    Hugo Ekornes

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/03/30 72 $10,145   2 $5,073   $10,145 3
2012/04/06 62 $5,990 -41% 2 $2,995   $20,781 10
2012/04/13 81 $4,403 -26% 1 $4,403   $30,281 17
2012/04/20 81 $6,170 +40% 1 $6,170   $38,633 24
2012/04/27 80 $9,015 +46% 5 $1,803   $50,585 31
2012/05/04 100 $1,500 -83% 1 $1,500   $57,022 38
2012/05/11 89 $3,365 +124% 4 $841   $61,446 45
2012/05/18 88 $1,911 -43% 2 $956   $66,133 52
2012/05/25 59 $3,736 +95% 2 $1,868   $71,528 59
2012/06/01 72 $5,752 +54% 3 $1,917   $79,220 66
2012/06/08 93 $1,546 -73% 1 $1,546   $84,122 73
2012/06/15 74 $3,766 +144% 5 $753   $87,976 80
2012/06/29 65 $4,950   4 $1,238   $98,297 94
2012/07/06 75 $2,665 -46% 3 $888   $104,610 101
2012/07/13 78 $1,552 -42% 1 $1,552   $108,514 108
2012/07/20 79 $1,769 +14% 2 $885   $114,873 115
2012/07/27 88 $766 -57% 2 $383   $117,896 122
2012/08/03 85 $990 +29% 2 $495   $119,822 129
2012/08/17 92 $727   1 $727   $121,114 143
2012/08/24 94 $936 +29% 1 $936   $122,050 150
2012/09/14 100 $698   2 $349   $124,443 171
2012/09/21 105 $283 -59% 2 $142   $125,094 178

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/03/30 69 $14,791   2 $7,396   $14,791 1
2012/04/06 73 $11,087 -25% 2 $5,544   $25,878 8
2012/04/13 80 $6,585 -41% 1 $6,585   $32,463 15
2012/04/20 83 $9,107 +38% 1 $9,107   $41,570 22
2012/04/27 77 $13,952 +53% 5 $2,790   $55,522 29
2012/05/04 97 $2,559 -82% 1 $2,559   $58,081 36
2012/05/11 82 $6,141 +140% 4 $1,535   $64,222 43
2012/05/18 70 $3,570 -42% 2 $1,785   $67,792 50
2012/05/25 59 $5,676 +59% 2 $2,838   $73,468 63
2012/06/01 70 $9,108 +60% 3 $3,036   $82,576 70
2012/06/08 104 $1,634 -82% 1 $1,634   $84,210 77
2012/06/15 70 $6,336 +288% 5 $1,267   $90,546 84
2012/06/22 85 $2,801 -56% 2 $1,401   $93,347 91
2012/06/29 69 $8,598 +207% 4 $2,150   $101,945 98
2012/07/06 70 $5,017 -42% 3 $1,672   $106,962 105
2012/07/13 72 $6,142 +22% 2 $3,071   $113,104 112
2012/07/20 72 $4,027 -34% 2 $2,014   $117,130 119
2012/07/27 85 $1,702 -58% 2 $851   $118,832 126
2012/08/03 94 $1,386 -19% 2 $693   $120,218 133
2012/08/17 94 $727   1 $727   $121,114 147
2012/08/24 93 $1,169 +61% 1 $1,169   $122,283 154
2012/08/31 89 $1,060 -9% 1 $1,060   $123,343 161
2012/09/07 103 $402 -62% 1 $402   $123,745 168
2012/09/14 100 $1,160 +189% 2 $580   $124,811 175
2012/09/21 101 $1,274 +10% 2 $637   $126,085 182

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