White Water Fury (2000)

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Four guys are out kayaking. They meet two sisters and decide to camp and party together. After a wild night the youngest sister is gone.

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5 September 2004 | Mattias
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| Forselius a bright spot
-"Do you need any help?" the guys shout to the two sisters in the canoe when they first meet. "Yes", they should have answered, a crash course in acting. With such a young cast, some leeway should be given for not achieving the level of Sir Laurence but still. The only bright spot here is Emil Forselius, as the quiet brother with a bad conscience. Of course, Per Oscarsson always deliver memorable roles but there's not much here for him to sink his teeth into.

The story itself is meandering with a subplot about a mother in the hospital who lives in her own world and a stolen summer house that doesn't really lead anywhere.

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