In a hospice, every day is somebody’s last day alive. The sheets are changed, and someone else brought in to die. Before the end, hands are held, and there is time for coffee. And for some of us, all this dying is just the usual everyday life.
Aunt’s life does not go as planned. Best of intentions do not always suffice.
Animation documentary of my aunt’s baffling pet history.
Bayo hasn’t had much luck with women since he lost his eyesight, so his friend has arranged for him to go on a blind date. He isn’t feeling too confident, but makes the most out of the situation.
She’s afraid of three things: losing her temper, hurting her own kids and turning into her own abusive and violent mother.
A Finnish family gathers together to spend time at grandparents’. When the night goes on, we realize that this is how things always go. With a warm and subtly humorous gaze, the film looks closely at the unspoken structures and norms inside a family.
On a winter evening Dad returns home drunk. Tiger is in his room and Mom is sleeping on the couch. A quarrel breaks out. Dad has a shotgun. Tiger and Mom escape the house. Haunting silence falls. Tiger must return inside to see what has happened – and to take the first steps towards independence.