Director: Hans-Christian Schmid, 2012, colour, 88 min
A family that seems fine on the surface, an extended weekend in the summer - afterwards, nothing will ever be as it was. Günther and Gitte live in a grand house out in the country and are looking forward to their son Marko's visit, who's bringing along their grandson Zowie from Berlin. The kids have made something of themselves:
Marko may be embarking on a career as a writer; his brother Jakob runs a local, modern dental clinic. Everything seems orderly and secure - until Gitte, who has been suffering from depression for many years, claims she has recovered and has stopped taking her medication. The other family members see this as a threat to their interests, the facade of the apparently happy family crumbles, and Grandmother disappears.