In this anthology of short fiction, three men are placed in vulnerable situations with three women, resulting in a comedic horror story. The audience is thrown into a world where women's invisible labor, which keeps the world spinning, is highlighted. Through these vignettes, the men's lack of awareness of what contributes to their self-esteem and well-being is revealed, exposing a blind spot. They are unable to discern whether they are being rescued, destroyed, or replaced.
Raised in Asia and educated at the London Film School, British-Canadian award-winning writer/director
Claire Leona Apps's debut feature And Then I Was French, released in 2018, is a psychological thriller
compared by critics to Andrea Arnold and David Lynch. Apps is known for her cross-cultural perspective and
for using dark comedy to challenge ideas about society as we know it.
Previous writing and directing credits include Gweipo, Aceh Recovers, Girl Blue Running Shoe and Ruminate.
Her work has been screened on the BBC, shown at The Great North Museum and premiered at prestigious
festivals such as St. Louis International Film Festival, Cork Film Festival, Cinefest Sudbury, and East End Film
Festival. She is a BAFTA LA newcomer. Claire has worked with outstanding actors such as Francesca Annis,
Rebecca Hall and Olivia Poulet.
Claire Leona Apps
Meera Rohit Kimbhani