Drama, dance and death innovatively collide in Georgia Parris' life-affirming debut feature, starring renowned contemporary dancer Bobbi Jene Smith and with choreography from Maxine Doyle (Associate Director and Choreographer for Punchdrunk).
Professional dancer and choreographer Charlotte (Bobbi Jene Smith) is preparing for a new show. Everything is going well, until she receives a call: Mari, her grandmother, is dying.
Putting her life in London temporarily on hold, Charlotte leaves to support her mother and sister, despite the tensions that linger over the family's strained relationships.
Featuring an evocative score by Peter Gregson, Parris' bold genre-defying debut is a love letter to mother-daughter relationships and the difficult choices we make to preserve them.
Writer + director Georgia Parris, producer Emma Duffy and actor Phoebe Nicholls join us for a post-screening Q&A.
This event took place on Tuesday 4 June 2019 at Curzon Bloomsbury.
With thanks to Verve Pictures.