Phase II

Montana Premiere

Robert Rappacinski, “Rappa,” is an 18 year old addicted criminal. After getting caught in one crime, he is sentenced to three months in a monastery - a sort of “work education institution”. Together with seven other addicted delinquents, he has to learn that a “normal life” should be a goal. Rappa has three months to prove his attitude changed or he has to stay for at least two more years. This observational documentary accompanies Rappa and the other inhabitants during these three months.