http://cineuropa.org/2011/nw.aspx?t=new ... did=147864
IMDb wrote:Following a car crash, Sophie (Valérie Bauchau) lies in a coma. Her husband, Cédric (Bernard Cogniaux), tries to bring her back to consciousness by playing a slew of videos shot on a cell phone over the months preceding the accident by their daughter Nina (Mona Jabé). That is how he discovers, among other facts, that his wife has a lover. From the kids perspective, the familys fabric comes undone. Nina hates her mother's lover, Arnaud (Thierry de Coster), a wealthy businessman and find (reluctantly) shelter with her grandmother, Annie (Chantal Pirotte), an old hippie who tries to mind her own life but find herself involved (reluctantly as well) with the life of her son, her daughter-in-law and the grand-daughter she, initially, didn't want to take care of. Nina's parents are so entangled in a mad race for wealth and status that they fail to see their own daughters growing pains, or their own life slipping away from them.
cineuropa wrote:Twelve-year-old Nina is enjoying a happy early adolescence, in a beautiful country house where she can satisfy her passion for flies, which she presents in a blog. When her father gives her a mobile phone with in-built video camera, she turns into an image thief, secretly capturing fragments of life. If pieced together, they could tell a story of money, adultery, personal and professional bankruptcy that the others are trying to hide from her.