Childhood is a refuge from emotional storms
A little, wild animal of a girl, more boar than doe, can no longer grow up.
Split between two parents, between two houses, she builds huts to survive a world where love is neither infallible nor eternal.
But as the hut grows, its desires and torments grow too. It has to offer enough space to accommodate her tribes, and enough assurance to find shelter there in emotional turmoil, when she drifts like a raft on stormy seas.