The young girl Victoria from Spain has recently moved to Berlin. Outside a nightclub, she meets Sonne and his friends. She is persuaded to hang out with them, as she does since she has no friends in the city yet. She starts to flirt with Sonne, but the evening evolves into something completely different from what she thought. In a single take and without cutting once, director Sebastian Schipper delivers a thrilling, cinematic experience. It’s a powerful piece Schipper, his cocky ensamble, his Norwegian photographer Sturla Brandth Grøvlen and other staff has performed”, writes Jan Lumholdt in SvD. According to SVT Gomorron’s C-G Karlsson, Victoria is a “senseless film experience, I’m incredibly impressed by actors, director and the photographer”. They both rates the film, which won the Silver Bear in Berlin, the second highest rating.