Cayden hat Laia komplett den Kopf verdreht und eigentlich wäre es eine ganz normale Liebesgeschichte, wenn es eben nicht die erste große Liebe wäre und sich aufeinander einzulassen nicht so eine Herausforderung wäre.
(Quelle: Montavia / Goldfisch Film)
For Laia, a High School student, there suddenly are more interesting things than McKidds German Literature Class and stretching exercises - unless the boys have PE class next to her - and that is: Cayden. Already Eighteen, laid-back and owner of a truck.
Laia can’t believe it when Cayden invites her to a beach party. But the elation sinks rapidly: drunk, rude dudes and Cayden’s ex-girlfriend flirting shamelessly with him. This isn’t Laias world. Still, the fascination for Cayden endures and Laia is missing more often in her own gang. As Laias best friend catches Cayden and her, Laia tries to deny their relationship. Cayden drives off and Laia stands alone.
On prom night, Cayden immediately pulls her into the changing room confronts her. The heavy argument merges into sex: because it works without words. But even the best moments have to end. Under the gaze of the entire school, Laia can’t stick with Cayden. Disappointed, he leaves the prom. As Laia realized that she stands alone again, she snatches Caydens car and drives off. When you hit a dead end, the only way is to flee forward into something new.