Christine McPherson, referred to and self-broadcasted as “Woman Bird,” is an aggressive, clever and gifted secondary school understudy. Wanting to escape from rural Sacramento, she longs for an alternate life, loaded with high rises in the East Coast, Ivy League colleges and cosmopolitan culture. With humble notes and no different associations, the adolescent needs extracurricular exercises to enhance their odds for a decent school. His entrance into the auditorium club prompts new companionships, first love and social life going all out. In any case, adapting to her basic mother and prevailing in science isn’t as simple to achieve. While her mom inclinations Christine to think for all intents and purposes, her dad bolsters her to accomplish her objectives. Sufficiently enormous to acknowledge what she has, yet not generally develop enough to demonstrate her, “Woman Bird” understands that life subsequent to graduating secondary school isn’t a stroll in the recreation center. With a more refined way to deal with individual and relational connections, “Woman Bird” cruises in the bizarre space amongst puberty and development.