The third and concluding part of Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise trilogy. Melanie is sent off to an unwelcoming fat farm, while her mother is off exploring the illicit temptations on Kenya’s sun-soaked beaches (in Paradise: Love) and her aunt spreads God’s word through door to door missionary work (in Paradise: Faith).
The attention-seeking teen develops a fierce attraction for the camp doctor (Joseph Lorenz) and despite his attempts to negate her enthusiastic and creative advances, she intensifies her seductive methods without any consideration for the potential consequences.
Seidl's three Paradise movies (originally conceived as a single film but later expanded) follows three woman from the same family and their fruitless experiences as they seek happiness during individual summer vacations. In Love one travels to Kenya as a sex tourist; in Faith one tries to propagate Catholicism; in Hope one attends a weight-loss camp.