directed by Torfinn Eversen/
Fourteen-year-old Jonas is a lonely and alienated young boy living in a small village in Northern Norway. He feels a certain bond with the mentally disabled man Levi and his little horse. When Jonas wants to be accepted amongst his peers he is facing a moral dilemma: He must choose either to defend, or to throw a stone, on the weakest one.
“I have so many stories to tell and I know there are also so many people who have incredible stories, which also should be told.”
– Torfinn Eversen, director of Levi’s Horse
Issue 9: Shorts at Festival de Cannes 2013