SKAM ESPAÑA is a portrait of the generation of boys and girls born since the year 2000. Their doubts, their problems, their feelings, what they think, what they want and, above all, what ... See full summary »
The story of a group of British teens who are trying to grow up and find love and happiness despite questionable parenting and teachers who more want to be friends (and lovers) rather than authority figures.
In a successor series to Skam, we meet 19 year old Ella, who lives in Oslo with Susanne and her boyfriend Mats, and can't decide what to study. On day Ella meets Simen, and falls head over heels in love.
Cecilie Amlie Conesa,
Maria Sunniva Aasen Sandvik,
William Greni Arnø
The show takes place at an actual school (Hartvig Nissens Skole) which one of the actors, Tarjei Sandvik Moe (Isak), actually attends. Other characters from the show such as Magnus (David Sjøholt) and Chris (Ina Svinningdal) also attends at the school. See more »
Skam certainly makes me relive my teenage years all over again. Usually I'm not really into high school shows, but this is not your average high school drama at all! In fact, it actually feels more like you're watching a documentary rather than a fictional show, and that's exactly why Skam stands out from the rest. Every character is unique and you can definitely relate to their personalities and problems. You can even recognize yourself and your friends in many of the characters.
What makes Skam stand out even more though, is the way its characters interact with the viewers. They're not just actors and actresses playing a role. They "become" the characters so to say. The show runners have done this by creating Instagram and Facebook accounts for every character, as well as posting screen dumps from text messages between the characters on the shows official website. Combining this social media aspect with the show adds something unique, that I've never seen before, hence making Skam feel much more real.
Skam doesn't try to be overly dramatic nor does it try to be picture perfect. It's the perfect combination of both and it manages to stay this way all the way through. I've already binged through season 1 and 2 in no time, and I can't wait to watch more of this fantastic show! If you want to feel 16 again, I would definitely recommend this show!
Good job Norway!
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