Teenage Sascha has two dreams: to write a novel about her mother and to take revenge on her step-father who brutally murdered her. When she meets the newspaper editor Volker, he invites her to come to his and his son’s place. A subtle love triangle begins which helps Sascha to find her personal way of growing up.
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