'Downside Up' reveals a world where everyone has Down’s syndrome. One day, Eric is born, a boy who’s different. 'Downside Up' is a short film by Peter Ghesquière. Theater Stap was closely involved in its creation.
The film is set in May 1940 in and around the city of Rotterdam, where the young bakers assistant (and aspiring amateur boxer) Vincent de Graaf meets the wealthy Eva von Heerle, the daughter of German refugees who've fled Nazi Germany.