About the Film
Bouncing between foster homes that can’t handle her outbursts of violent rage, Benni is a nine-year-old girl who represents what child protection services call a "system crasher." While the only constant in Benni’s life has become change, the one thing she can’t seem to change is her ways. In an attempt to help, Mrs. Bafané of child protection services hires Micha, an anger management trainer, to become Benni’s school escort, bringing new hope to her life. The film won the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize at the 69th Berlinale.