2012, 2 minutes
Grief", a short film focusing on a broken family's reaction to a tragic death.
Film opens following a figure in a pink hoodie along the street, to the sound of Barry Manilow 'I can't live anymore' as the figure approaches a gang of teenagers hanging out on the street the pink hoodie pulls out a brick and brings it smashing down on the head of the nearest one. Cut to the kitchen table, Mother and teenage son, the same song is playing on the radio. As the scene unfolds we find that they are grieving the loss of the daughter/sister Jo, the boy Carl remains tense and becomes angry as his mother breaks down 'tell me they'll get what they deserve Carl...' The films ends as Carl enters the hallway with the pink hoodie hanging on a hook, he puts it on and heads for the door.