Victoria is in a wheelchair and Ida works as her assistant. When Victoria meets Ida's boyfriend, something happens to her: she also wants closeness and love. Ida helps her make a Tinder profile and soon afterwards Viktoria gets a match with Håkan. Ida becomes worried about how she will handle the situation, even more when she sees how Håkan looks.
Jimmy Olsson (Hässleholm, Sweden, 11/03/1980). He started to work with film in 2002 and have worked in almost every position there is behind the camera. He went to film school for two years in 2004 in Stockholm, where he is currently based nowadays. Jimmy usually writes comedy or pretty dark drama, with a little bit of comedy in it. He is comfortable with both comedy and drama, so he combines both genres to get a more three dimensional story and characters. He is inspired by well written dialogues and strong realistic performances from actors. When he is not doing short films or writing scripts, he also directs commercials. "Alive" (2020) is his eleventh short film as a director, after "Whatever happened to Ms Longstocking" (2020), "2nd Class" (2018), "Palmegruppen tar långlunch" (2018), "Void" (2017), "Ceasar" (2014), "Bättre Ränta" (2012), "Förträngd" (2011), "Kontrollanten" (2008), "Linjer" (2007) and "Leva, leva, leva" (2005).