Meret is a nurse in the post-war period. The clinic is her home, and she wears her uniform with pride. Until one day, a new type of procedure is developed to free women in particular from psychological suffering. The after-effects of the procedure can be painful, but afterwards, healing begins. Meret holds fast to this, even when she begins to have doubts. For this world of rigid hierarchies not only allows her to live an independent life, but she also lives a love with its own laws with a female colleague.
Contributors and additional information:
Yael Inokai (*1989 in Basel) studied philosophy in Basel and Vienna, then screenwriting and dramaturgy in Berlin. In 2012, her debut novel "Storchenbiss" was published. For her second novel "Mahlstrom" she was awarded the Swiss Literature Prize 2018. She is an editorial member of the magazine PS: Politisch Schreiben and lives in Berlin.
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