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7 minutes


Animation, Coming of Age, Documentary, Short Films


German (English subtitles)


In 2014, Laura Lehmus conducted a series of interviews with German teenagers about their lives, touching upon topic such as puberty, growing up and relationships with their friends and peers. These interviews were then animated, and the teenagers made to look like strange alien creatures, highlighting the seemingly bizarre and unfamiliar nature of adolescence.


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