Miss Kiet’s pupils have only just arrived in Holland. Many are refugees. Everything is new and confusing. Some at first are quarrelsome and headstrong. But Miss Kiet’s firm but loving hand brings calm and awakens interest. She not only teaches her pupils to read and write Dutch, but also helps them learn to solve problems together and respect one another. Slowly the children gain skills and confidence.
Gouden Kalf for best long documentary at the Dutch Film Festival 2017
Directors NL Award: Best Documentary 2016
Doxa Vancouver: Honourable Mention
Dok.Fest München: Audience Award