Triple Dare (2006)

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Triple Dare (2006) Poster

Three teenage girls create their own rite of passage into adulthood, forcing one another to face sexual challenges and cross many boundaries.


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26 January 2007 | Rainbow-no5
8
| Must-see for teenage-girls
This is about three girls, Rebekka, Claudia and Sofie. They want to prove, that they aren't immature little children. So Rebekka comes up with a way to do that, and it certain some quite sexual and embarrassing challenges...

I really like this film. It's good with the effects, and the colors are great too. Especially the slow-motion scenes, it looks like a music-video or something. The characters are cool and because they are so different, it's easy to see some of yourself in all three.

I went to see this with a lot of expectations, and that's always dangerous, because most often you get disappointed. I would like to say, that I didn't get disappointed at all, but I did, just a little bit. I would still recommend it for all teenage-girls, it's fun, interesting and you're glad it's not yourself!

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Trivia

Originally titled 'Spåkop' which is the 'fortune teller' in the film.


Soundtracks

L'Amour á 3
Performed by
Stereo Total
Written by Françoise Cactus (as F. Cactus) & F.v. Finsterwalde
Licensed by Flirt 99 Music Publishing & Bungalow

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Drama

Details

Release Date:

11 August 2006

Language

Danish


Country of Origin

Denmark

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$106,873

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