Two sisters in their sixties invite filmmaker to take part in a game where they dress up as older ladies.
A game that first started as young girls.
As the filmmaker observe the sisters over time she discovers something else in their playfulness.
A dark past and family secrets reveals the game and the film starts to become a portrait of women dealing with aging and to break old family dynamics
"As the virus spread, a group of filmmakers and storytellers from 22 countries did what filmmakers do. They grabbed their cameras to capture the lives and stories around them. Stories of suffering, isolation, struggle and coping. And also stories of kindness – and moments of unexpected joy.
Then came the stories that rivalled the virus in dividing and infecting humanity: tribalism, hatred, poverty, injustice, greed and the mindless destruction of our ecosystem.
The filmmakers were determined not to let this wake-up call go unheeded. Through interviews with issue experts, indigenous people, scientists and artists, these filmmakers also captured a vision of what life on planet earth can become – a world of equality, justice, peace and health – for humans and nature."
Charlotte Berglin is directing one of the episodes that will be part of the webseries