Dressage features wealthy 10-12 year old girls - Upper Eastside Manhattan, 21st Century society ladies of the future - dressed in mini-designer clothes and immaculately groomed. The film begins with the girls picking out chic outfits and chatting amongst themselves, latest model cell phones in hand. A concentrated hush falls over the room as they set about expertly applying their make-up. But the mood shifts as the girls, with an attitude of blasé entitlement, begin systematically and violently tearing apart their surroundings. As their wordless, perhaps mindless destruction continues - during which they never really totally lose their demeanour - it becomes clear that they are in a room within a room, that there is no outside, no real breaking 'free'.