A young girl girl searches for a safe haven in an urban landscape and finds solace in her own creative expression.
Michelle Bailey’s follow up to her award winning debut film ‘Dad’ is a personal and poignant depiction of the effects of domestic abuse on a young girls mental health. In her own words Bailey has made this film for ‘anyone who has been told they are not good enough’. The British director has drawn upon her own experiences to share her mantra of ‘Don’t let the bastards grind you down’.
- Michelle BaileyDirector
- Rachel CarterProducer
- Elly HerbertKey Cast
- Mason Le LongSound Design
- Ben CookDirector of Photography
- Brian HarleyCamera
- Karl HerbertChoreographer