Three stories revolving around 3 elements: the painting, the sofa and the comet. The 3 chapters that compose it are also linked together by these elements that give the entire film a circular structure, just like the sad fate of Sisyphus who was condemned to push a huge stone to the top of a hill.
Different cultural backgrounds and the sterile apartment building in the suburbs are not Linda and Sevilay’s problem. The problem for these two 15-year-old friends is their messed up parents. What the two teenagers really want to do is run away. Things come to a head on Linda’s birthday.
Talles is a conflicted, damaged soul. He works for his lover, Ricardo, a dedicated port worker. Despite their apparent happiness, though, for reasons even Talles can't fully comprehend, he sees himself dragged into an horrendous plot involving international cocaine traffic, two dirty cops and one container key. During the attempted assault Ricardo catches them in the act and things get out of hand. While Ricardo dies as a man and resurrects as the queer rap superstar Rico Dalasam, Talles stays trapped in the remorse loop, trying to figure out what he has done, and why one boycotts one's own happiness.
The little boy receives the last instruction from his mother: now he will have to take care of a deaf father who has problems with alcohol, because in fact, dad is a samurai who has made a vow of silence and needs a mentor ... When a representative of guardianship authorities comes to them, little a family of two is on the verge of separation.
Seven farmers families tell their daily life through analogue pictures they took of their farm over a year. Through photographies, live action footage and animated pictures, the portraits build themselves as their stories go by.
Colleagues, friends, and other close acquaintances all give their account of the man who led strife-torn Yugoslavia from German occupation in World War II and walked her down a political tightrope for 40 years, begrudgingly gaining the respect and admiration of both the Soviet and Western superpowers.
Sahara abu Jamal, 19, lives in the Occupied Territories. She is engaged to Walid abu Said, 30 of Jaffa, as part of an arranged marriage. While being searched at a security checkpoint, in the darkest and bleakest of places, sexual tensions arise between Sahara and the checkpoint’s Chief female officer.
17-year old Jamie Lockford is struggling with coming to terms with his sexuality and his hidden feelings for his best friend, Chris Thompson. Chris reciprocates his feelings but it is too late. Jamie commits suicide after feeling alone and unloved for the majority of his life. In the afterlife, he discovers how Chris felt towards him and how his death had affected his loved ones, and comes to the realization that he made a grave mistake.