Each of the three teens manages to perfectly encapsulate the crippling unease of pubescence both in their familial setting and also when they find themselves on a group date with an all-male teen punk band. Recognisable issues (such as these boys) threaten to open fissures in their friendships, particularly between the more intelligent Bobo and natural centre of attention, Klara. These confrontations and dilemmas are all imbued with knowing humour that keeps things light, even though situations and events carry emotional heft. It's when the three girls are all singing from the same song sheet, however, that We Are the Best! is at its strongest. Punk may be dead, but thankfully someone forgot to tell Moodysson and his endlessly appealing protagonists, who leave audiences with a smile imprinted on their faces.