Sue hasn't found her dream yet and she doesn't feel herself in her family town. She wants to drop everything and leave on a scholarship to Finland. Tips on interviews and advice on how to pack your suitcase are easy to find online and are on her to-do list before she leaves. However, it's hard to put confrontation with your past and emotions connected with leaving your best friend behind. It's a subtle portray of two girls at the threshold of becoming adults. The format of story about growing up is however an excuse for the director to reflect on looking for your identity in global world, full of charm essay about lasting and elusive human relations - also about problems young girls have to face nowadays.