Sweat tells of the last days of the friendship of two girls. Marion and Elisa live in a village that offers them nothing. They roam the neighborhood, go to the disco, watch videos, swim in the pond and fight.
In search of emotion and boundaries, they dive into an aggressive world, where they give free rein to anger against the ordinary and learn about the new, unexpectedly erupting forces within themselves as a result.
In the beautifully photographed vacuum of a village cosmos, director Iris Blauensteiner creates a coming-of-age portrait between wannabe and gangster attitudes, disco and a cautious quest for identity.