Synopsis: GIRL, who could be any high school student, is intrigued by, yet struggles to understand, her changing thought processes. GIRL keeps to herself not knowing why she feels the way she does.
Her friends are oblivious to her plight, but she doesn’t want to bother them. Besides, everyone has their own problems.
Her family knows something is up, but they fail to comprehend. And they have other things to deal with like work, bills and a son who needs to get to training on time.
GIRL soon discovers the one who can listen but in doing so she experiences even more new emotions following her path of self-realisation … not necessarily resulting in the answers she’s been looking for.
In the end, she finds acceptance in herself and, more importantly, hope.
This semi-biographical piece is designed to help start a conversation amongst viewers about mental health.
“Although Untitled Thoughts was written as a semi-biographical piece, I didn’t make the film to tell my story. I made it with the intent to help others share their stories.
With this in mind, Untitled Thoughts was designed to simply portray the envirnoments GIRL occupies rather than influence what the viewer should be feeling, thus allowing for questions that can lead to discussion.
The end goal is to submit Untitled Thoughts to schools, mental health organisations and communities to include in their awareness and counselling programs to help start a conversation about mental health.”
Backed up with a 30+ year career as an AV technician in a variety of fields, and working as both an actor and vocalist on the local, national and international stage, Eva is now building on her technical knowledge and creativity as an independent filmmaker.
Untitled Thoughts is Eva’s directorial debut and she has found a unique enjoyability in watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills with the volume turned down, replaced by Slipknot’s 2004 album “Vol 3: The Subliminal Verses”.