An old woman sets out to create offspring from her memories and experiences. Along the way, she must confront her own definition and perception of perfection. As a Creator, she reacts to the consequences of her project with varied emotions. There are twists and turns in this ten minute narrative, and as with any provocative mystery, multiple implications to extract. As the storyteller, I see it as uplifting and hopeful despite the eerie imagery. The film is without dialogue to allow the story to be told in powerful metaphor.
Jane Rosemont is an award winning photographer and filmmaker. Her first film, Pie Lady of Pie Town, premiered in Hollywood and screened at POWFest in 2015. She is currently working on her third film, plus a one act play. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.