TV film zeroes in on the current public debate about pointless violence. Morgen ga ik zelf tells the story of an elderly lady, Tilly van Bree-Nolet, who after her husband's demise is afraid to leave the house because she suffers from agoraphobia. A traumatic event in the past causes her to stay in her living room and watch the aggressive and noisy youngsters in her neighbourhood with Argus' eyes. But her fear becomes more and more uncontrollable and starts causing practical problems. One day, after a series of incidents, Tilly is directly confronted with a victim of pointless violence and she makes a decision that completely changes the course of her life.
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