A girl experiences the joys and sorrows of adolescence in this comedy-drama set in 1979. Maeve (Ailish McCarthy) is a thirteen-year-old girl growing up in a small Irish town is keeps wondering when she's finally going to become a woman, as she's among the last in her group of friends to have her first period or need a bra. Not long after her mother gets Maeve her first brassiere -- a less-than-impressive 32A -- she learns that Brian (Shane McDaid), an older boy she fancies, has just been dumped by his girlfriend. To Maeve's surprise, Brian is also interested in her, and she finds herself experiencing her first kiss and first romance. However, she also discovers not all her friends are happy for her, and she becomes acquainted the bitter taste of jealousy and betrayal. 32A was the directorial debut from filmmaker Marian Quinn, and won the prize for "Best First Film" at the 2007 Galway Film Fleadh.