When vulnerable teenager Eva does not dare to leave the car to enter the school building, her impatient mother and her friendly mentor, each in their own way, try to persuade her.
For some time now, fifteen-year-old Eva has been afraid to go to school. Every morning, her mother drives her to school, but the threshold to actually enter the building is too high. This morning, she is in the backseat again. Can’t she 'just' get out, her mother sighs. But after one look at the building Eva presses herself firmly back into the seat. What does Eva need?