People across the whole world have been greatly affected by SKAM. We come in all ages, genders, sizes and sexualities – and our backgrounds are profoundly different. Take a look at #ourskamstories and see the impact yourself.
"Skam fikk meg til å føle meg mindre alene om å oppleve voldtekt. Selv om Noora heldigvis ikke ble voldtatt var det rørende å se hvordan hun snakket med vennene sine om det som skjedde mot henne. I tillegg var jeg sammen med en gutt som var bipolar en periode. Noe som var veldig vanskelig. Så takk Julie Andem og skam for at dere tok opp så viktige temaer jeg aldri har sett på tv før" (Anonymous 24, Norway).“
"I am a Muslim in Europe and have never felt represented so well. So to see Sana Bakkoush and the actor Iman Meskini living life like us is so nice, finally we get a cool Muslim character which is not gang-related, or a suspect, or a sportsperson. Thank you Julie Andem and the whole SKAM production crew for giving us a spot" (Anonymous, 27 - Belgium).“
"Especially the last season helped me and got me back on track. It started just when I was at the bottom and the feeling that I was not alone - that Sana was feeling the same thing got me back on top" (Anonymous, 16 - Sweden).“
Would you like to share your story of what SKAM has done for you or send your thanks and love to the SKAM cast & crew?