Shooting for Socrates
It’s a small Swedish community, idyllic on the surface. But when fourteen-year-old Jennifer claims to have been raped by classmate Alexander, everything changes. The rumour rapidly spreads throughout the community, and more and more people are convinced that Jennifer is lying. Gradually an entire village turns against the young girl and her family. Evidence and decisions of court mean nothing. The villagers start laying down their own rules and laws. There are no limits. The only thing that matters is sticking with the flock.
feature acting / Competition - feature films
Her feature debut ‘In Your Veins’ was highly praised by critics. She has directed several TV series including ‘Spung’ and recently, the award winning ‘30 Degrees in February’. ‘Flocking’ won the Crystal Bear at this year’s Berlinale.