The 10-year-old Joost van Beek has ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ). He shows who he really is and together with director Anneloor van Heemstra he discovers his own mind and feelings and reveals what's inside of him.
The 15-year-old Dutch-Moroccan Nassim is a skateboarder. Every day he practices dangerous stunts with his skate buddies. This year he is participating in big skating competitions, including the Grand Prix of Rotterdam for his dream to become a pro-skater.
The film sketches a generational portrait of twenty-year-olds in France. Collective self-portrait of the Internet generation in a montage that echoes their virtual universe, the film delves directly and without comment into the everyday life of teenagers. The worries and the dreams of these young people on the threshold of adult life and independence are closely scrutinized.
Fourteen-year-old Hairon lives with his mother and stepfather in Denmark. Hairon loves expensive Dior eyewear, elegant brand-name clothes, and heavy makeup. He and his father in Brazi haven’t see each other for 3 years. When they are reunited, Hairon’s father admits "Honestly, it's a shock to see him like this." He loves Hairon and worries about him, but his son keeps as firm a grip on his looks as ever.
In September 2009, a women’s soccer team represented Japan for the first time in the Deaflympics in Taipei. Soccer becomes not only a goal for them, but also a metaphor of the central issue in their lives: how to communicate—amongst themselves, between the deaf and the hearing, between different nationalities. In the end, eye contact becomes the key, not only for the players, but also for us, the audience.
Women, who menacingly and repeatedly interrupt pregnancy, voluntarily doom themselves to loneliness in the future. The director has decided to depart from stereotypes, this film has chosen two wonderful twin-brothers who seem to be given to themselves. They revel in full freedom …