Golden Girl

Following the best female boxer alive through her toughest fight - surviving outside of the ring

Golden Girl Frida Wallberg was the best female boxer alive. WBC World Champion and undefeated her entire career, the Swede was one of the most feared fighters in the world. Yet during her final fight, a bout intended to be her crowning glory, she suffered a blow that was to impact on her life forever. Rushed to hospital after a dangerous brain haemorrhage, Frida's entire world changed in an instant. Her struggle to recover is to be her toughest fight yet.

The Producers

Susanna Edwards works with both narrative and documentary filmmaking. In 1996 she won the Swedish Guldbagge Award for Sunshadow, which was sold to 35 countries and won numerous awards around the world. Edwards also received a Guldbagge nomination for Respect!, and Dance my heart out was awarded the Vaclav Havel prize. Edwards has a strong visual language and an ability to get up close with her characters, resulting in challenging and thought-provoking stories.

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