Remake of the Norwegian series Skam, this version features a portrait of 16 year olds born since 2000. The themes on which this series is centered are: sexual harassment, feminism, bullying, homophobia, fatophobia or Islamophobia.
In the second season we see SKAM through Cris's eyes. A carefree party animal, Cris is fed up of her friends' love sob stories. She's over falling in love, preferring to hook up with whoever she wants whenever she wants. Why worry?
In this season we learn more about Amira, a loyal, fun, sensible Muslim student. Joined by her friends Cris, Viri, Eva and Nora, we follow the life of this young girl, who gets treated differently simply because she wears a hijab.
SKAM continues from Nora's perspective. As much as she likes Alejandro, a feminist with ideals as pure as hers cannot let a fuckboy lead her astray. Or are her views only a defense mechanism?
SKAM is the portrait of the generation of kids born after the year 2000. Their doubts, problems, feelings, what they think, what they want and above all else, what shuts them up. The first season of SKAM revolves around Eva.