Jasna is a beautiful girl in her mid-teens, leading a crude life in postwar Serbia. With a terminally ill father and dispirited mother, she is disillusioned and angry with everyone and everything, including herself. Having a huge crush on a boy from school, she goes on a spree of sex, drugs and partying, constantly filming with her mobile phone. Still, in that very harsh environment – love and tenderness emerge.
The debut feature from Serbian director Maja Milos is a raw, explicit and unsparing look at the self-destructive sexual antics of a group of youths living in a suburb of Belgrade.