Synopsis: Bridget, a healthcare receptionist, grapples with heartbreak, motherhood and the demands of a crumbling healthcare system. Locked into a disconnected routine, her life changes when she picks up the phone to Kirsty. The two discover a shared past and find an unlikely alliance.
About the Filmmaker: Tara Aghdashloo is a poet, writer and filmmaker born in Iran. As a journalist she worked on a number of docs for television (BBC, Channel 4), as well as publishing essays, short stories, articles, and poetry, focusing on Middle Eastern and international politics, culture, and women’s issues. She’s written, directed and produced independent films, docs, music videos and commercials. In 2019 she completed a masterclass with renowned director Mohsen Makhmalbaf and the London Film Academy.
This film is showing in the Life Finds A Way shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 12th November at 12:00.
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Selected films from Life Finds A Way strand will be available online from 13th November until 3rd December.
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