Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
In a well-made film for the budget price of $100,000, director and writer Franci Slak tells the growing-up tale of Pavle (Roberto Battelli) a young student put off by the materialistic bent of his parents, and no longer inspired by his studies in the university. When he has a car accident, he is forced to take a year off from school anyway and begins to contemplate the meaning and direction of his life. A part of that rediscovery involves going back to his high school and visiting one of his former teachers. With this and other adventures, Pavle slowly starts to strengthen his own vision of himself and his future.
accident, coming-of-age, life, materialism, meaning-of-life, student, teacher