Hush Little Baby
Young mother Lacey visits her father in a high security jail, where he’s serving a sentence for a terrible crime. As her father tries to make normal conversation the tense and stilted dialogue is as much as what is not being said
than is and the tremendous hurt and damage caused by her father’s crime is palpable. Troubling, emotional drama that deals with issues that are made even more poignant in light of the Me Too movement.
Camille is a young Trinidadian-Canadian actor, writer and director from Toronto. This directorial debut is part of a three short film series entitled ‘Her Story’ which she writes, directs and acts in. The collection explores the
shame associated with different elements of sex and sexuality and how they relate to us no matter our level of involvement.
All three stories are told from a female perspective and ask difficult questions: What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be a man? Are we born the way we are or are we products of our environment? What do we owe
one another, if anything, as people living together in a society? Why do we hate? Why do we love? These are questions which we are all facing in the MeToo era.