15 min / narrative / 2017 / Australia
A vivacious woman with Down syndrome forms an unlikely friendship with a Sudanese refugee through their mutual love of the street dance, KRUMP.
KRUMP-obsessed Sonja, can’t wait to start her new job in order to get away from her over-bearing sister Emma. Emma’s been running the family while their mother battles cancer and believes that Sonja’s over zealous public KRUMP dancing and ‘gangsta’ manifestations are causing more trouble than they’re worth. It seems that the sisters won’t see eye to eye, until their world is interrupted by a kindred spirit, a Sudanese refugee who loves KRUMP-dance just as much as Sonja.
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