The film is about a lesbian German-language teacher, who falls in love with one of her Muslim refugee students.
ELENA and ARTURO are a couple fully in love until one day, one of their friends sow seeds of doubts in their minds. Philippe reveals to Elena that Arturo is tired of their relationship. He no longer loves her but doesn’t have the guts to tell her. But all is fair in love and war! ELENA will organize their break up herself. Hurt, she hired a young "straight" actor, BASTIEN, to seduce her ex-lover and make him suffer. Elena believes she will be less humiliated if Arturo would accept his "gay predilection" and fell in love with a men, instead of a woman.
Although the pursuit of happiness has been a topic of discussion since the Declaration of Independence, the suggestion that everyone should feel happy all the time seems to be emerging as a new phenomenon in pop-culture. Movies, books, and music lyrics all send messages that say, “You deserve to be happy.” But, research shows that chasing happiness may actually make you feel worse.
-Ziyad Marar, The Happiness Paradox
A couple goes out to see a play only to get sidetracked by an ongoing game that they play against each other. When one of them bends the rules it comes back to haunt them.
What would you do if you knew you only had a year left to live? I Heart Jenny peers into the world of a resilient Colorado woman who, despite a fatal diagnosis, continues to live presently and vibrantly. Watch as Jenny, a mother of four, fights to spread awareness for a genetic mutation (BRCA) that has impacted and will continue to impact many generations. Her vulnerability in allowing the last year of her life to be documented becomes a way for her to tolerate the fear of her own impermanence.
A group of troubled teens from a low-income community resolve to break into Los Ricos, the local mansion with a border fence, in order to forget their difficult lives and experience a different one.