Siggie is a story of transformation, beauty, and complexity. The fluid and quiet come together in a narrative about time, life, and dreams told through 48 Polaroid images. The pictures are captured over a span of seven years during the 1990s, when Lisbet Nielsen lived in three different apartments with her daughter Siggie. We see images of interiors – lamps, pillows, furniture – and different sceneries, like a splash of sunlight on a table or a snowy view with rooftops covered by a violet veil. These are intertwined and bound together by the intimate portraits of Siggie, from the age of twelve until she becomes pregnant at eighteen.