Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
On a release trip to the capital, jailed 16-year-old juvenile delinquent Lone (Pernille Kløvedal) makes a beeline to Copenhagen's alternative subculture. She meets a charming rogue (Steen Kaalø), gets impregnated, and has an abortion, ultimately leaving the Danish capital as lonely and unfulfilled as she had arrived. Making his debut as a feature-film director and using a cast mainly consisting of amateurs, Franz Ernst created a then-timely assessment of the subculture that begat Copenhagen's famous "freetown" area known as Christiania.
decadence, life-of-crime, teenagers