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.
Oliver Giles Productions
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.