Synopsis by Ryan Shriver
At the age of 14, Cecilia Neant-Falk placed an ad in Swedish teen magazine Okej in an attempt to find other lesbians and bisexuals with which to connect. Some 15 years later and now a filmmaker, Neant-Falk sent out the same ad to an Internet chat room, this time to find some subjects for an experimental documentary she was planning. After receiving 80 responses, the director selected three young Swedish women -- My, Natalie, and Joppe -- and gave each of them a video camera for a four-year period in order to record visual diaries of their thoughts and feelings about being homosexual. The resulting film, Du Ska Nog Se Att Det Gar Over (Don't Worry, It's Just a Phase), explores the insecurities and general angst the three young women had to deal with as they grew from puberty into adulthood while coming to terms with their sexual orientation.
angst, bisexuality, coming-of-age, diary, experimental [arts], homosexual, insecurity, lesbianism, puberty, self-identity, sexual-identity, sexual-orientation, Swedish [nationality], video-camera