They did it for fun.
Hillary and Bonnie meet one morning by the side of the road. They become fast friends, share their secrets, and on a rising wave of frenzy later that afternoon, murder an old woman. They did it, they say later, for fun.
Directed superbly by Rafal Zielinski, this portrait of two young girls has a political and moral mission to expose child abuse at its core. Yet closer to the surface, Fun speaks to teenagers in their own language–complete with anger, alienation, and sex.