Is Anna OK?
Is Anna OK?
UK | 2018 | 10 min.
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Anna and Lauren are twins. Their lives had always been intimately connected, until the fateful night when on her way home Anna was hit by a car.
They loved walking home together in the dark and talking. One December night, the young girls' carefree discussion was interrupted by a dramatic incident. Anna was hit by a car and ended up in hospital. For some time she lost her memory, could not fully control her body, could not dress herself. Her sister Lauren often did not know how to help her. This animated VR story, based on a real event, illustrates the trauma of both sisters from two different points of view. At first, the audience chooses whether they want to hear the story from Anna's point of view or from Lauren's point of view. Which feeling is worse in the end? Powerlessness or the inability to help the person we love most?
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