Synopsis: After years of volunteering at women’s shelters, 16-year-old filmmaker Elise Siregar Chen began to question the underlying systemic identity biases preventing women from achieving security and independence. Elise investigates the root causes of societal inequities through a series of interviews with young people around the world. Over the course of the documentary, Elise learns institutional oppression is not unique to the United States. Against the backdrop of Covid-19, the interviewees confess their fears for the future are equal parts for themselves and for society as a whole. Ultimately, it is the hope and the optimism of these young people, their passion and resilience, that encapsulates the message of the documentary The Zoom Call.