At 28, writer Kayleen Schaefer's brother was one of the most promising young filmmakers in Hollywood, having shot to success as the writer and director of "Chapter 27," starring future Oscar-winner Jared Leto as John Lennon’s killer Mark David Chapman. Then, five years later, to the surprise of those closest to him, he left it all behind - abandoning his career, his family and his life, without telling anyone where he was going.
Basically a good fly on the wall story that reads like a one person play. What was interesting was my own personal responses to what was going on. I spent a lot of time trying to understand a family & sibling dynamic completely different to my own experience.
I think a psychologist would have a field day with this, but in my own case it became a reflective thing as I felt strong emotions about how this family or sister did things. Thus I had to ask myself "Is the narrator the most devoted/ annoying / doting/wimpy/frustrating sister in the world or is this more to do with my own baggage?"
A short but intense drama on sister/ brother relationship, family dynamics & status within the family.