Maja is finally ready to step into the proper adult life, and her mother and boyfriend couldn't be happier. Her day takes a different turn when she stumbles upon a relative, who is, without a doubt, dead. A long night, a childhood friend full of "good" advice and the witnessing of death, act as a catalyst for Maja. At 30, she's finally ready to figure out what she wants in life.
Cristina Grosan is a Hungarian-Romanian filmmaker and visual artist working on fiction films screened at festivals worldwide. Her award-winning short “Holiday at the Seaside” exploring a mother-daughter relationship screened at more than 40 festivals, was distributed in several territories and recently premiered online, amassing close to 900.000 views. Cristina is keen on connecting to the places she’s lived, working in both her home countries, Hungary and Romania. She is developing her second feature, “Ordinary Failures” together with Czech writer Klára Vlasákova. The film’s development was recently supported by the Czech Film Fund.