For her social studies assignment, she decides to interview a homeless girl. It is maybe a not very active decision, it seems to come from inside, and here starts what a Swedish literary critic called a love story. Is it really? Maybe; I do at least not agree fully. I think it is a search for a true friend, a sister, an attempt to understand the world outside of school which is so close and yet so far. How can we make huge technological advancements and yet let people sleep on the streets? Lou asks.
"No and me" is a nice path to walk, with precise observations, no redundant words, unsad sadness and equally calm joy, but yet very strong and pleasant - so do come along.