Ten-year-old Marie believes her parents’ jobs are more important to them than the relationship with her. Luckily, she has a wonderful granddad, a professor with a similar taste for adventure as has she. Marie and her friends are enjoying the summer holidays until the town is exposed to an unknown disease that makes all adults behave like children. The illness threatens to turn into a disaster, and Marie takes it as her duty to come up with a solution. The Estonian director Margus Paju’s youthful debut takes us on an exciting and light-hearted adventure which, since its premiere this spring, has become the most-watched family movie of all time in Estonia.
The film programme is made possible thanks to the support of EEA Grants un Ministry of Culture Republic of Latvia.