A journey through the streets of Stavanger one night where Lene (Silje Salomonsen) tries to cope with her past and find back to her self. Along the journey she meets people from her past as well as strangers, some who want her well, some who don't, and some who may not be real at all. The film moves in and out of absurd dreamlike sequences mixed with harsh reality and flashbacks seemingly from her past. It's difficult for the viewer - as for Lene - to discern which is which. As the night progress both we and Lene seems to be getting a better grip on what's going on.
From the same director (Arild Østin Ommundsen) and much of the same crew as Mongoland
(Norway, 2001), it has some of the same chaotic feel, and may at times seem like a random string of events. However, both the actors and director has matured a lot throughout their careers, and has in my view put together a unique film and a unique approach to storytelling this time around. Highly recommended!