Alva, a fifteen-year-old adolescent, accepts Martin´s perverse proposal in exchange for a cell phone and pretty clothing. Martin is an old business man that works as a pimp on the side. Together they travel to small towns and motels where clients await: middle-aged pedophiles. After several sexual encounters, Alva decides to escape, but Martin convinces her to stay and visit one last client.

Jens Assur (1970) is not the first director to focus his attention on sexual abuses and the double morals of the idyllic Nordic culture. Stieg Larsson, with his Millenium trilogy and more recently Håkan Axlander Sundquist, whith his novel Victoria Bergmans svaghet, have been two of the authors that have broken the ideal of Sweden to unveil, from a fictional perspective, the problems that underscore the Swedish society, in which 25% of women suffer sexual abuse.

Hot Nasty Teen (Jens Assur, 2014)

Assur is a renown photographer whose career has taken him to film direction and production. In 2006 he directed The last dog in Rwanda, as a result of his experience as a photojournalist in 1994. In 2007 it received the Best Short-film Award at both the Tribeca Film Festival and the Nashville Film Festival as well as the Grand Prix at the Clermont-Ferrand International Festival.

Hot Nasty Teen is part of the Official Section of the International Medium-length Film Festival La Cabina that takes place in November at the Filmoteca de Valencia.

HOT NASTY TEEN | Jens Assur · Sweden· 2014 · 39 min