Dotty

Winner of the Best Short Film at the Nantucket Film Festival, “Dotty” will make you laugh — and then it will break your heart.

Vimeo link.

Hat tip to Inge.

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About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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3 Responses to Dotty

  1. Lisa Shaw says:

    Yep, heart duly broken. That facility looks just like the one my mother was in. I saw where this was going from the moment the younger woman sat down on the bed. It’s hard to be The Daughter.

  2. McK says:

    That hit home a bit too closely *gulp*
    I recently told my elderly mother I would call her cell phone while she was at the store.
    Mum: I don’t know how to answer that bloody thing.
    Me: Okay, then you call me instead.
    Mum: I don’t know how to make a call.
    Me: Okaaaaay, so why do you carry a cell phone in your purse?
    Mum: I have to have it for emergencies! (She snapped at me, with my stupid question!)
    That sums up most of the conversations with my mother. I’m grateful though that she’s still pretty independent, I know it’s not going to last for much longer.

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