Short drama in which 30-year-old Robin leaves town for a lumberjack camp. Here, Robin clashes with the men’s expectations. They badger Robin and create an unsafe environment, until the situation explodes.
Thirty-year-old Robin leaves town to go on a lumberjack camp for a few days. But is it a lumberjack’s camp or a men’s camp? Robin is seen as an intruder and, after some initial confusion and indignation, is confronted with clear samples of mansplaining, harassment and overtly sexist campfire jokes. This goes on, until things explode. After taking up with all of this, Robin can’t help but break the silence. Based on a short story by Maartje Wortel.
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