A young woman's secret life threatens to destroy her in this drama from filmmaker Damjan Kozole. So far as her father and teachers know, Aleksandra (Nina Ivanisin) is an ordinary college student trying to complete her degree in Ljubljana. But when she isn't studying, Aleksandra works as an upscale prostitute, turning tricks with businessmen and politicians who help pay the rent on her high-priced apartment. Aleksandra is able to keep her two worlds separate until one of her clients, a powerful German politician, dies during a session with her. Soon the police are looking for the hooker known as "Slovenian Girl," and more trouble follows -- a pair of dangerous pimps (Dejan Spasic and Aljosa Kovacic) are after her, her bitter former boyfriend (Uros Furst) has a score to settle, the bank is threatening to repossess her apartment, and one of her professors isn't interested in letting her retake an important test. As her life threatens to collapse, Aleksandra pays a visit to her father (Peter Musevski), a washed-up small-time musician, as she looks for a way to put her affairs back in order. Solvenka (aka Slovenian Girl) was an official selection at the 2010 Cinequest Film Festival.