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Some decisions are really hard to make. It can be really difficult to take a stand, face your fears, stare down peer pressure and make the choice that might just change everything. Be inspired by the bravery and determination of these young adults during their moments of truth.

For Ages Teen 14+ | 71 minutes | Presented in English and original languages with English subtitles

Themes: Choosing a path, facing fears, awakening

This program contains: Threat of domestic violence, graphic injury and/or trauma, physical and/or emotional conflict

This program is supported as part of the Dutch Culture USA program of the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in New York.

National Domestic Violence Hotline



Tells the story of 15 year old Ruby, who lives in a small flat with her mother and her younger sister. Her mother works overtime to make ends meet and Ruby feels responsible for her sister. When Ruby realizes she is having her period, she notices they are out of period products. She doesn’t want to bother her mother with asking for them, because she is aware of their money problems. To make sure she doesn’t trouble anyone with her problem, she tries to solve it herself.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    16 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Chicago Premiere
  • Note
    THEMES: Girls POV, Understanding Differences
  • Director
    Emma Branderhorst
  • Screenwriter
    Milou Rohde
  • Producer
    Marcy Bary, Nicky Onstenk