Swedish director Jesper Ganslandt's latest film, Blondie, is not about Debbie Harry, but it is about a family of blonde women. It premiered at the Festival on Monday, September 10. Here's what peeps are saying about Blondie on Twitter:
#Blondie has strong female characters & curious tension between the sophisticated and the cheesey #SwedishFilm #TIFF2012
— Pippi Shortstockings (@PippiShrtstkngs) September 12, 2012
Blondie at #TIFF was written about my family. Only we aren't models.
— Jaime Neely (@jaimeneely) September 11, 2012
#Blondie had 4 main characters, all women!& barely talked about men #BechdelTest #TIFF2012 #SwedishFilm
— pinkvegan (@FairMagnolia) September 11, 2012
#TIFF2012 Jesper Ganslandt's Blondie - Sweden's answer to Denmarks' The Celebration - the camera loves Carolina Gynning - Monica Vitti-esque
— ioncinema (@ioncinema) September 9, 2012
#Blondie is an enjoyable melodrama. tiff.net/filmsandschedu… #TIFF12 fb.me/20aWsTYBBYou still have another chance to catch this melodrama which passes the Bechdel Test (hooray!). Blondie screens again on Friday, September 14 at 6:15PM at SCOTIABANK 3.
— TheMoreTheMerrrier (@tmtmshow) September 8, 2012