By CrossBlog at February 1, 2011 | 6:41 pm | 0 Comment
Movie Reviews Director Matt Reeves has taken the original Swedish film, Let the Right One In , moved the setting to 1983 New Mexico, and has crafted a beautifully realized film about the uncertainties and loneliness of adolescence. It also explicitly raises the idea that evil is quite realâ€”although not always in the places we might think.
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Perils of Adolescence Brought Memorably to Life in Let Me In
By at October 10, 2010 | 12:33 pm | 0 Comment
Sweden’s schools agency wants all religions to receive equal treatment when taught in Swedish schools, but government maintains that Christianity should continue to have special status.
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Christianity prioritised in Swedish schools
By at September 23, 2010 | 5:03 pm | 0 Comment
AFP Donald Duck, God and king in Swedish polls AFP “My party” meanwhile garnered four votes, while “Myself” got two, the same amount as Jesus, Jesus Christ and God . “The king” meanwhile won three votes, … and more »
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Donald Duck, God and king in Swedish polls – AFP