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12-year-old Elvira, Bea and Meja arrive at a summer camp for holidays. Due to a sudden flood, they are given the room 213 in which no one has slept for 60 years. Soon mysterious things start happening: objects begin to disappear and a strange letter appears. Girls point a finger at each other, and then they hear a story about the ghost of a girl who haunts the hallways and campsite at night. The boys from the camp manage to draw the girls’ attention despite their fear, and sparks are kindled between them. This spooky young adult horror is based on the award-winning bestseller by the Swedish author Ingelin Angerborn. The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival – TIFF Kids.
Swedish screenwriter and director. She graduated in directing from the University of Gothenburg in 2011. Room 213 is her first feature film.