Synopsis: An unflinchingly honest portrayal of the devastating reality behind the misunderstood anxiety disorder of OCD. It explores the anguish of a father in self-imposed exile to shield his family from his OCD and the emotionally destructive thoughts he cannot escape.
About the Filmmaker: Rolfin Nyhus developed his interest in filmmaking whilst reading English Literature, producing work for other directors in his spare time. He decided to abandon further academic study at King’s College to establish TankTop Films as a vehicle for his own projects. Steven strives to portray broad emotions in interesting ways. His work is continually drawn to the deep well of mental wellbeing by his battles with OCD since early childhood, Waving is his first project to be filmed.
This film is showing in the The East Anglian Collection shorts screening at The Forum Auditorium on 19th November at 16:30.
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