A storyteller with a genuine, vivid and powerful language, Gaye Boralıoğlu hands out stories from life. She chooses to tell her tale of nowadays from the teenagers’ point of view, where the consumer culture overpowers above all else and the outer beauty surpasses the inner beauty. The story tells lightheartedly about an ambitious young girl whose mind is cluttered by her first love and her struggles on testing her boundaries and her freedom while aided by her grandfather, who is very understanding of her and guides her with a fairy tale like love story.
What happens if a young girl is unable to fit in at her home, or at her school, or at her city but flourishes with the enthusiasm and the rebellious spirit of her sweet fifteen and therefore, is not happy with her reflection in front of the mirror? Not to mention the fact that she cannot follow her college’s “trends” with the finances that her banker parents provide for her! Add to the mix the family disagreements and the flutter of a first love, you have an eruptive combo. How can a young girl find her way between the lies she told for the desire of more freedom, the fantasy of running far, far away and a love affair she cannot give shape of, with her storyteller grandfather being the only safe port she has?