When you see someone you love suffering, part of you feels guilty for not having to suffer with them. This film acted as a vessel for sentiments I was experiencing after the loss of my mother- guilt, grief, withdrawal, but also a new found perspective and appreciation of the world and people around me. Nobody can shoulder life’s traumas alone, and sometimes we find help in the strangest places through the most unexpected circumstances. This film is about the catharsis and revitalization that we all undertake at some point while participating in this confusing, painful, beautiful world.
Hello! I am a filmmaker born and raised in Asbury Park, left to learn film under Alireza Khatami at DePaul University. My film is about grief, and stress pains from our dead mothers (or little brothers) we end up holding in our chests, hoping someone will come along, grab us, reach into our souls and pull all anguish out. more...
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