A grandson returns to his ancestors' village for the winter. A grandfather returns from death to see his grandson for one last time. A village unable to cope with the returns that occurred out of love.
Márcia is a social media pro and knows all the best poses and filters for perfect selfies. Her son, Flávio, helps her to take photos of herself. This is how she manages to hook up with famous rapper Da Reel Chullz on Instagram.
An immersive insight into the last hours of 13-year-old Sasha's life in a boarding school for children deprived of parental care. He is one of the luckiest - an American family finally adopted him. Today he will move to another country forever but there's something that doesn't let him go.
Edina, a female bodybuilder, is ready to sacrifice everything for the dream she shares with Adam, her partner and trainer: to win the World Championship. The odd love she finds on her way there makes her see the difference between her dreams and her true self.
While travelling alone, Elena decides to change course on a whim and finds herself on a ferry to an island. Antonis is on that same ferry, on his way to the island cemetery where he hopes to bury an ossuary box. When his car breaks down, Elena offers him a ride to a hotel and then again, the next day to the cemetery, where they are told the box can’t be left there for bureaucratic reasons. Having enjoyed each other’s company and random banter, they decide to keep wandering around the island in search of a good place to bury the box.
When completely out of the blue Iris (29) is told by her father Jan (74) that he has had enough of life and wants to die, she is forced to face the total absurdity of the situation. As his unsettling deadline approaches, Iris decides to ignore her brother’s watertight action plan. She strong-arms her father into answering the one question that matters to her: why? Without ever getting a satisfactory answer, she eventually tries to find herself a way to deal with her father’s very last wish.
Two Girls Gone Dancing
Paris in the middle of August. While looking for a place to dance, Janna and Aurea, two girls in their early twenties, get lost. Their nocturnal wandering in the deserted city leads them to show what they are made of.
New technologies are transforming a 19th-century watchmaking town in Switzerland. Josephine, a young factory worker, produces the unrest wheel, swinging in the heart of the mechanical watch. Exposed to new ways of organizing money, time and labour, she gets involved with the local movement of the anarchist watchmakers, where she meets Russian traveller Pyotr Kropotkin.
On his deathbed, his royal highness Alfredo, king without a crown, is taken back to distant youth memories and the time he dreamt of becoming a fireman. The encounter with instructor Afonso from the fire brigade opens a new chapter in the life of the two young men immersed in love and desire, and the will to change the status quo.