«Teak, TV and Teenagers – 1965» is a fiction. We have made up an engineer’s family with a teenager son and an eight year old daughter. They have been living in the flat in Wessels gate 15 for ten years, and have just redecorated their home and bought new furniture and a TV-set. The 1960s is a time of change:
In this flat we want to show how these changes in society in the mid 1960s is mirrored in the home. On the TV-screen we'll show the news-broadcast from the day the labour prime-minister Einar Gerhardsen handed over his office to his non-socialist successor, after 20 years of social-democratic rule. But the TV has to compete with the roaring sound of the Rolling Stones from the record player in the teenager's room.