Lala Rolls (Children of the Migration) wrote and directed this short film, which gives a view of family life from a child's perspective. A young girl (Chelsie Preston Crayford) is disturbed from sleep by the sound of adults arguing. She tries to shut out this grown-up world by pretending to be "adult" and taking care of the dinner wasting in the kitchen while her parents unwittingly carry on arguing.
Available on the Wellington Fringe Festival - A Retrospective DVD from Aro Video
Made with funding from the QEII Arts Council of New Zealand
Music composed by Stefan Wolf and Paul Cockburn.