An uptight documentary filmmaker and his wife find their lives loosened up a bit after befriending a free-spirited younger couple.
Àlex, Carles and Jordi have not seen each other for some time, the lockdown and the entrance to the university have cooled their relationship. When summer arrives, Àlex suggests to both friends to go to the beach they used to frequent during their high school years. Carles agrees while Jordi prefers not to go. When they arrive at the supposed beach, they realize that they are actually in an abandoned station. They decide to investigate the place and wait for the next train to take them to the beach.
A high school student sets out to find the truth in his generation to unveil the innermost problems surrounding them in this provocative documentary.
Born between 1997-2012, Generation Z are known as the generation that grew up online. But how did this constant consumption of media impact their fashion sense and expression? GenZ Unravelled asks and answers questions about Generation Z, gaining insight from a stylist within the age bracket, Marisa Suen, and an academic consultant, Kirsten Lee. It is a look into the human/teenage psyche.
Facebook is for “old people” and baggy pants are almost vintage. We are the generation that now has to learn to fit in the shoes of grown-ups. We are the generation "not-as-young-as-we-thought-we-were" - Y. This documentary tells our journey through the different generations and which milestones our lives hold from the viewpoint of a modern "social and connected" society. We met people of the generations before and after us, to find out what matters to them, what unites them and also divides them. We talked about communication, family, work and aging. We learned about ways of life, dreams and goals. This isn’t just a movie about generations. This is a movie about finding one’s place. This is a movie about growing up, growing old and everything in between. This is a movie about life.