A group of children is hiding in old bunkers by the coast, preparing for war. Their parents were given paradise, but are all to blame for its destruction. They draw up future visions of how earth should be saved. Their visions are getting darker as the group prepare themselves to feel the pain that their parents are causing. Seven year-old Dagny still nurtures a small hope that her mother will understand, that she will listen.
Alexander Armas Kereklidis Turpin (1989) is a greek-swedish director based in Norway. He graduated in film directing at the National Film School of Norway in Lillehammer in June 2016 with Generation Mars which was nominated as a finalist for the 43th Student Oscars Awards, finalist at Golden Eagle, selected to CILECT prize and shown at over 20 renowned short film festivals.His new short film Paradise is a dark and emotional journey criticizing Norway’s power and guilt in the current debate on climate change.
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