by Dennis Stormer
"We're screwing up our entire future," Wanja and her friends say jokingly, as they count the likes on their smartphones. The colourful bunch has no intention of worrying about the future; all they are interested in is having fun and causing uproar. Free from any responsibilities, this clique of long-term youths lives in an old barn, away from the city. Society is being entirely monitored online by the so-called "algorithm": it determines when someone is considered an adult or gets a job. Everything suddenly changes the day Wanja is classified as an adult. Her new life as an architect, which comes with an apartment and car, soon opens up new privileges. A struggle between impetuous youth and a growing sense of duty begins.