Dana has been left with a letter from her friend before his death, containing his last wish for her. And that was for her to do what ever it takes in order to live a happy life. To keep this promise, Dana is driven to extreme measures when her life starts to be what she hadn't hoped for.
Director of Photography
Amy Marie Sweeney
For this film, there were a lot of things that I had never done for my own project before. One being creating a cover of another song. I love playing the piano and thought Max Ritcher's On The Nature of Daylight would've worked really well with this film.
The film was shot on my Canon 6D, using lenses such as the 24-105mm f4 and the 50mm f1.8. I tried to shoot no wider than 35mm so that it would keep the cinematic look.
We shot at different locations which were relatively close to me, apart from Dana's house which we had to travel quite far to get to. I thought it would be best to shoot all the scenes in this house in one day.