Synopsis by Tracie Cooper
Directed by Patrice Toye, Rosie centers around the mystery surrounding a 13-year-old girl's placement in a juvenile detention center. The young girl's life has always been shaky--until her arrest, Rosie (Aranka Coppens) had lived with her single mother and gambling addict brother, Michel (Frank Vercruyssen). When her mother (Sara de Roo) began dating again, Rosie found herself becoming increasingly lonely, until she spots a handsome young man called Jimi (Joost Wijnant) riding the bus, not realizing that her attempts to start a relationship with him may leave her heartbroken.
adolescence, angst, coping, detention, fantasy-world, heartbreak, imagination, teenagers