The mellow suburban melancholy makes it way through the faded green and towering cement walls of a housing estate on the outskirts of the big city. A young student is trapped within the contraints of her own identity and can only exist according to the clearly defined rituals which dominate her everyday life. Having grown up with a dominant mother and grandmother, she feels imprisoned by her elegiac environment. The individual pieces of the mosaic of her childhood trauma are buried there. In the dungeon of her memory she begins to put the pieces together and makes a first attempt to free herself from the dependent relationship to her mother.