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A forgetful boy, desperate to remember his late mother’s voice, builds an invention that he can feed his memories to, to help her live on.
After his father abandons him for work one Saturday, a forgetful boy creates an invention to help him remember his dead mother’s voice by feeding it his memories of her. As the invention brings his mother to life, it’s the best day the boy could ever imagine. But when all he has left are the bad ones, tragedy strikes and the boy is left to come to terms with the loss of his mother. Ultimately, the boy forms a deeper connection with his father as the two of them recreate their stories and memories of the woman they lost.
Writer/Director: Daniel W. Long
Producer: Michaela O’Donnell Long, Katie Reidy
Art Director: Evan Woolery
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