On their way home by bike through a deserted industrial area, a mother and her son starts to talk about what happened when our dream of eternal economic growth collided with the peak, and following decline in global oil production. In a plausible picture of the near future, our children make us accountable for today's irresponsible way of living.
Awarded a Silver Trophy at Deauville Green Film Awards, France 2016, first prize at FReDD (Film, Research and Sustainable Development) Toulouse, France 2015, third prize at Baltic Herring Short Filmfestival, Rauma, Finland, 2014.
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