A woman struggles to cope with loneliness after a global natural disaster.
A disabled man moves away from his childhood home, leaving his aging mother to live alone for the first time in her life.
Fifty year old Kalervo is being bullied at home and at work. Surprisingly he receives “All inclusive” bracelet, which means that anything is possible, even a revenge.
A big sinkhole emerges in a small town ahead of the local elections. Masoud, a local politician in the midst of his election campaign, picks up his brother from a mental health clinic.
A woman wakes up on a beach wrapped in plastic, half-naked and in high heels. “Not again”, she sighs and decides to find out who is behind this. She persuades an older woman who has been pushed to the margins of society to accompany her on her revenge trip. During their journey through classical cinematic landscapes, the two women have to face their own lusts, conflicts between generations, and their fragile ideologies.
Acting a fool convinced you’re a queen. Live a Little taps into the pressures and the amounts of self-control that goes into being a ”good woman” in a patriarchal society by celebrating women who decide to not care.