Runtime: 9 mins 24 sec
Director: Tracey Lavigne
Over the course of her lonely shift at a convenience store, a young woman pieces together hazy memories of what happened to her the night before and confronts an ugly truth. After a harrowing night in which a friend spikes her drink, rapes her, and leaves her to wander home alone and disoriented, Ash gets up and goes to work as if nothing is wrong. As the lingering effects of the drug wear off and memories resurface, Ash struggles with a choice over the thing she tries to deny: does she keep it to herself, or risk asking for help?
DIRECTOR – Tracey Lavigne
Tracey Lavigne is a Canadian filmmaker based in Fredericton who has produced four award-winning short films.
Her first two short films as a writer/director, “Glitter” and “Mnemosyne”, were funded by the Jane Leblanc Award and the Short Film Venture grant program. Both films won Best Short Film and the Viewers’ Choice awards back to back in their world premieres at the Silver Wave Film Festival in 2017 and 2018. She was a finalist in the 2019 CBC Pitch Competition at the Women Making Waves Atlantic Conference for her short film script, “Picture Yourself”. Tracey is producing the upcoming Ryan O’Toole feature film Further Than The Eye Can See, which has been selected by the Telefilm Canada Talent to Watch program.