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Alexandra can\'t accept that her girlfriend left her. The confrontation with a special table and a policeman, makes her understand that loss always will be a part of life.
Alexandra can’t believe her girlfriend dumped her. Being afraid of losing her, Alex goes to the girlfriend’s house where they used to live together, only to find that she is having a party with her new lover. Alex complains that the table at the party originally belonged to her. Angrily, she takes it away, even though all the party dishes are piled up on it. But once outside in the rain, she realizes that moving the table will be too much of an ordeal. It looks like love is like Alexandra’s table which is not easily manageable and hard to be freed of. (Jay SOHN)
Jenifer MALMQVISTJenifer MALMQVIST
Jenifer MALMQVIST was born in Sweden. After directing amateur theatre, she started to study filmmaking. She has directed several award winning short films including Peace Talk, which was selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2007. In 2009 she graduated from The Polish National Film School. Birthday is her graduation film.