Juliette, Juliette! (Julia, Julia!)
Juliette lives two lives. She is a happy mother who loves her family. She is also a distressed woman who kills her entire family and ultimately also herself. Juliette grows up into a woman while the country around her experiences economic recession. She dreams of a Romeo, and receives a Raimo. He is a good man, and the family grows first with one, then another child. They are happy, yet Juliette has a problem. Money. Unpaid bills begin to take a hold of the family, and Juliette's anxieties increase together with the debt. Yet, she is not ready to give up the symbolic bench marks of success. The family purchases a house and go abroad for vacations. Everything is put on credit, while the family economy is bolstered by quick loans. One day, Juliette breaks down under the load. And the rest is silence.