Synopsis: During their morning tea, Julie reminds her elderly mother, Aoife, of a new stove that is to be delivered to the house today. Having forgotten this, Aoife believes Julie is lying about ever telling her and takes it upon herself to sabotage the delivery by any means necessary. Once the movers arrive at the door with the stove, tensions build rapidly to a shocking confrontation.
About the Filmmaker: William Lancaster is an LA-based writer/director and editor with a BFA in Film and TV Production from NYU. Raised in a family of actors, he grew up watching plays and developed an obsession with storytelling. In his own work, William takes inspiration from the classic story techniques and archetypes he grew up with, while incorporating them into a contemporary context to tell interesting, personal stories. He is currently working as a Post Production PA for a Netflix feature, produced by Wonderland Sound & Vision.
This film is showing in the Mix Tape Vol. 2 shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 12th November at 14:30.
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