For the first time, Naomi is taking her best friend Sam to visit her mother who lives in a locked institution. Naomi explains that she also uses drugs in addition to being psychotic. When she is going through old photos with her aunt, we discover that Naomi has been living with her since the age of four. It gradually becomes clear that the situation has had a considerable impact on Naomi’s life. A testimony to hope and love, a sincere portrait of the strong young woman that Naomi has become thanks to the unconditional support of the people around her.
IDFA Special Jury Award for Children's Documentary 2016:
A film whose protagonist stays with you long after the film has ended. A story about coming to terms with your reality and forgiving someone despite being abandoned. This film shows a troubled parent-child relationship that the jury believes many children will relate to. The main character inspires by showing bravery, no self-pity and the determination to trust again.