Woolly jumpers, ice hockey and girls dominate young Viktor's life - and not just because he lives in Norway. He's trying to follow in the footsteps of his handsome, sporty brother OK who, it transpires, is actually far from okay. We follow Viktor as he gradually uncovers the truths adults are trying to protect him from - or perhaps they simply can't find the words to explain. For if this film is about anything, it's about communication, whether misleading (such as the youngsters' attempt to win girls by saying they're in a band) or simply non-existent (the secretiveness of parents and elder siblings). Modest but quietly touching.