In the aftermath of a death in the family, a huge task sprawls out in front of you: how do you remember someone who isn’t there anymore?
Katie, a young woman grappling with grief, sets out to answer that question. Drawing on contemporary drama influences like Joanna Hogg and Hirokazu Koreeda, Personal Effects focuses on one conversation between two women, while also spinning out into fractured personal recollections and a traumatic episode in the past.
Written and directed by Will Webb
Produced by Evangeline Williams
Cinematography by Samira Oberberg
Currently on a festival circuit – private link on request.