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Jei nori, kad taptume artimos, nustok apsimetinėti, kad esi normali motina.

Charlotte’s smirking as she sits on her psychologist’s couch. She doesn’t even need that psychologist. She’s 28-year-old woman and her relationship with her mother was doomed from the beginning: maybe even when she was in her womb. Charlotte’s mother kept to herself the fact that she had another baby before Charlotte. Recently that baby Henrik with his wife and child appeared in their life again. Or for the first time in Charlotte’s case. Two people, who have never experienced normal relationship with their families, are trying to form a bond of their own. And there are no limits to that.


Sundance Film Festival – nominated for Grand Jury Prize; Göteborg International Film Festival – nominated for Best Nordic film; selected for International Toronto Film Festival.

Anne Sewitsky

Anne Sewitsky was born in 1978, in Oslo, Norway. She studied Directing at the Norwegian Film School, graduating in 2006. Her feature film debut came in 2010 with the comedy Happy, Happy (2010), which was awarded the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2011. The film was also screened in Scanorama. The children’s drama Totally True Love (2011) premiered at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival, opening the Generation Kplus programme that year, with a great reception. Anne has also been working in television: directing episodes of various drama series.