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Gaja's World Gajin svet

Peter Bratuša / Slovenia / 2018 / 89 min / Slovene / 8+

Teen comedy with a little crime story.

As mother joins Doctors without Borders in Liberia, Gaja now lives, together with her father and sister Tea, in a recently dissolved family that strives to get on its feet again. Gaja likes her saxophone teacher and loves to hang out with her best friend, who is a computer whiz as well as an eternal victim of his stronger schoolmates. Nothing can keep Gaja from standing by him at every step. They stick together even when they face a perilous situation and have to help Tea and her friend, who get entangled in the dangerous world of online threats because of their teenage naivety.

In Slovenian language.

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