Unadorned and direct portrait of 12-year-old girl, who on the eve of secondary school struggles with several neuroses, which originated after her parents’ divorce.
Since her parents’ divorce, the funny twelve-year-old girl Nadia is vexed by existential anxieties that manifest themselves in obsessive-compulsive neuroses. These neuroses dominate her life more and more. How will Nadia conquer her fears and problems? She candidly explains what it’s like to live with the countless rules she imposes on herself and the desire to be herself.


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Boeddhistische Omroep Stichting

Title: Nadia tikt
Year: 2011
Duration : 18 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 2012

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