Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
An emotionally numb teen from the suburbs of Belgrade seeks escape through sex, drugs, and exhibitionism in this provocative look at contemporary Serbian youth. Jasna (Isidora Simijonovic) is a 16-year-old girl who lives her entire life through the lens of her smartphone camera. Nothing is off limits as the rebellious teen and her friends capture every act of debauchery for posterity, and in time the videos seem to take precedence over reality itself -- if it isn't worth recording, it isn't worth experiencing. There's precious little compassion shared in Jasna's circle of friends, so when the naïve young girl falls for abusive drug dealer Djole (Vukasin Jasni), she fails to sense the danger that lies ahead. Upon connecting with an ailing orphan, however, Jasna finds her thoughts continually drifting to her father, who is dying of cancer. Later, upon confiding her growing inner turmoil to her hard-hearted boyfriend, Jasna is subjected to a cruel brand of suffering that she wouldn't wish on her worst enemies.
cell-phone, drug-dealer, father, girl, orphan, sex, teenagers, video-camera, youth