# FAQ: Hashes and Symbols - All Aboard the Hash Rocket!

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In section 11 of this tutorial, we are asked to assign movie names to the symbols/keys, and descriptions to the values. That does not work. When I asked for the solution, the code was written so that the description of the movie was in the key/symbol position and the name of the movie was in the value position. What is the deal?

The exact prompt:
1.

Create a hash called movies with symbols as keys and strings as values.

The keys should be the names of movies.

The values should be quick descriptions or reviews.

Check out the Hint if you want an example to get you started!

The solution:

movies = {
:children => “Moana”,
:scifi => “Mortal Kombat”,
:history => “Lincoln”
}

This is wrong, right?

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I did the same and i wasnt going throught to the next round, maybe a bug_

For me that way works

movies = {:London_calling => " I love histories", :Blue_lagon => “To young” }