At the point when grown-ups are insufficient, kids need to grow up rapidly. Ola is 14 and she deals with her broken father, mentally unbalanced sibling and a mother who lives independently; however above all else she tries to rejoin the family. She lives in the trust of bringing her mom back home. Her 13 year old sibling Nikodem’s Holy Communion is an affection for the family to get together. Ola is altogether in charge of setting up the ideal family festivity. “Fellowship” uncovers the magnificence of the rejected, the quality of the powerless and the requirement for change when change appears to be inconceivable. This intensive lesson in growing up shows us that no disappointment is last. Particularly when love is being referred to.