Nordic short films about being young.
A group of actors who have gotten tired of the patriarchal theatre institutions, are rehearsing an ”unconventional” version of Euripides’ Medea. When they get interrupted by a group of teenage girls they need to realize that they might not be as progressive as they think.
14-year old Julia is trying to record a vlog but is interrupted when her controlling and violent father comes home. Julia desperately tries to get her mother to leave him but it’s not that easy.
For a group of teenage boys, social status is everything and masculinity is the goal.
A group of girls seek out a height with a view. Slightly intoxicated, they snap romanticizing pictures of themselves and the beautiful surroundings. Suddenly, they discover they are not the only ones to “romanticize” the moment.
Shams and Stella are smitten with one another, and a relationship begins to develop. However, Shams has yet to tell Stella that she is an undocumented asylum-seeker.