Katarina discovers the beauty of Mozart while searching for videos on Youtube and utilizes this as musical inspiration to strive for a new and better place in Swedish society.
Although she isn’t the most interesting character, it is understood very early on she possibly suffers from a mental illness.
It can be seen in her face and body language she isn’t satisfied with her current life and after having a taste of culture for the first time, she wants something much better.
Not much is revealed about her past, nor the situations of those surrounding her except bits and pieces of dialogue.
, one example being shown with the interview scene.
The interviewer didn’t bother to fact check her story and hired her without asking for any additional information.
Katarina’s romance with Adam was right out of a fairy tale–if you excuse the infidelity–showing her a brand new world filled with writers and artists she’s never known before. It all hurriedly ended with her seeking revenge and progressed into a rosey ending, but in an unexpected way. In times of crisis, who hasn’t wished to be someone else, leading a completely different life untouched by hardship, loss or strife? Mais cette réussite professionnelle ne la comble pas, et elle cherche à s'accomplir pleinement avec l'aide d'un groupe de personne qui se réunit périodiquement pour ça.Grâce à des méthodes peu orthodoxes, ils espèrent se libérer du stress et des contraintes de la vie quotidienne. is a Swedish tale of a young woman being inspired to pursue a better life because of the beauty of classical music at first glace appears to be an inspiring film filled with a breakthrough moment where the protagonist achieves her higher purpose in life.