A lyrical documentary that follows a year in the life of two little sisters growing up against the backdrop of the changing New England seasons. Told entirely from a childs’ perspective, the film puts a microscope on the small obstacles of youth, allowing us to see the beauty of everyday struggle.
Children and nature shine in this melancholy love story about John, a male nanny who tries to win back his girlfriend after she takes up with a man who looks just like him. The film tracks the growth of the relationship over four seasons in New England, as John’s emotional problems sabotage his attempts to put together a family like the one he takes care of. A drama with the humor of Spring and the sorrow of Winter, You Hurt my Feelings speaks with the honesty of a child about people struggling to let go of darkness and find love.
GRETCHEN is the story of an awkward girls struggle to overcome an obsession with Boone High Schools most powerful dirt-bag, Ricky Maraschino. Her affliction is so severe, she’s banished to an emotional treatment center, where she begins to question why everything that she wants in the whole wide world, is a boy. GRETCHEN is an extreme tale of ordinary things: Prom, boys, and going 2nd base, told with the unique gravity of a 17-year-old heart.