John is a bright Cambridge scientist, who always comes across as a pleasant fellow.
When his fiancée leaves him, he withdraws from his world of academic isolation in order to try out some of his long-gestating theories on how to make the world a better place. On his journey through the English countryside, John is accompanied by his 14-year-old donor child - Ronja, whom he tries to convert to the same radical ideas that he believes in. Murder. Elimination. Cleansing. All justifiable in the mind of a modern day European Psycho.
Nominated for East of West Award 2013, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic 2013
Nominated for the Estonian Film Award, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Tallinn, Estonia, 2013
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