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A young woman, alone in her house, discovers she is pregnant and her tokophobia leaves her with only one course of action.
Shot on 16mm with an Arri SR3
Using Zeiss Prime Lenses
On Kodak 50D Film
Scanned at 2k
Mastered at 1920×1080
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY
Evrim Ersoy, Russell Would, James Pearcey
CAST – Carla Harrison-Hodge
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY – Stephen Murphy
ART DIRECTOR – Susannah Brough
SOUND – Carlos Badosa
HAIR/MAKE-UP/CONTINUITY – Lizzie Keogh
PHYSICAL & DIGITAL FX – Joe Slatter
DIGITAL FLUFFER – Kevin Baguley
GRADE-Pat Wintersgill –
THANKS TO – Robert Pearcey, Janice Pearcey, Geraldine Martin, Edwin Metternich, Lauren Virrier, Martin Mcglone, Peter Spittle, Rob Farris, Fiorenza Bagnariol, Laura Thompson, Claire Parsons.
Tokophobia (tocophobia) (tok-o-foh-bia) n. a profound fear of childbirth.
PRIMARY T. tokophobia that develops in adolescence and causes many woman to avoid childbirth altogether.
A young woman, alone in her house on a sunny afternoon, discovers she is pregnant and in her mind there can only be one course of action.
2012 Film4 Frightfest
2012 Belfast Film Festival
2013 Boston Underground Film Festival