Teenage girls take their shirts off at their own party but get an audience. Emmi says no but does it really mean no? Sonja is tired of her body being a problem to others. Why has nearly every woman such experiences? One-Off Incident short films are part of a film sensation made by fifteen filmmakers, artists, researchers and social activists collectively. The films reveal the hidden way power is exercised on women in both private life and in society. The films are fiction but the stories come from the writers’ own real-life observations.
A young girl tries to make it to school wearing high heels.
A couple’s romantic evening changes when a strange man gropes the woman.
Does ”no” actually mean no?
A young actress, passionate about her profession, gets ready for a rape scene.
Teenage girls take their shirts off at a party together but they attract an audience.
Sonja is tired of her body being a problem for others.
The festive spirit of an office party is ruined, when a woman accidentally reveals that their colleague had harassed her at the previous office party.
A raped women meets the authorities.
An environmental specialist goes to a job interview but the interviewer is more interested in what’s going on with the Muslim minority.
Shame related to the body grows and finally falls off on the dance floor.
A merited female scientist is at an international conference and realises that a male moderator is explaining her own theory back at her, until a remark from the audience wakes both speakers and listeners.