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Isabelle has always been told that it is her green eyes that have made her abnormally sensitive. A fragility she inherited from her secret mother and which made her to choose a quiet life. But loneliness weighs on her more and more.

When Isabelle one day meets Margareta, she stumbles upon a family secret, and she begins to search for a larger context. What is it her mother so desperately tried to hide? And why does she have no contact with her family? Isabelle becomes obsessed with finding out who she is and what she is carrying.

Her green eyes is a story about being different, about loneliness and the longing for fellowship. About being more sensitive than others – about having very green eyes.

 

 

 

 


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