Dir. Nora Fingscheidt | Cert 15 (TBC) | 118 mins | Germany | 2019

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She is small, but dangerous. Wherever Benni ends up, she is immediately expelled.

The wild 9-year-old girl has already become what child protection services call a “system crasher” and she is certainly not looking to change her ways.

Benni has one single goal: to be back at home with her mommy! Unfortunately, her mother is scared of her own daughter. Trying to find a permanent placement for Benni, Child Protection Services hires Micha, an anger management trainer and suddenly there is a seed of hope. Will Micha be able to succeed where all others despaired?

While being acutely authentic, first-time director Nora Fingscheidt transcends a psychological study and crafts vibrant, visceral and emotional cinema, which evokes unforgettable performances.

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