Sonja | 2006
Sixteen-year-old Sonja is frustrated with her parents, feels alienated from her peers and is bored with her boyfriend Anton. In contrast to the awkward interactions with Anton are the blissful moments spent with her best friend Julia. What begins as playful affection between them soon gives way to gentle caresses and tender moments. As Sonja reveals her growing feelings to Julia, she confides her unrestrained emotions to her diary, which is discovered by her mother. During a trip to her father's seaside summer home, Sonja caves to pressure from her peers and confronts her burgeoning sexuality in an uncomfortable encounter with an older man. Upon returning home, she emerges as a young woman with a clearer sense of her own identity.