How Was Your Day? by Damien O’Donnell

A woman is excited about the approaching birth of her first child. But then, it doesn't match her expectations.

Director Damien O’Donnell works through difficult terrain, and this dramatic short — which won the SXSW Grand Jury prize — is quiet but unforgettable viewing.

With its compassion and unflinching honesty about a side to motherhood that is rarely given voice, it dares audiences to talk and think about parenthood with more openness and nuance than typically allowed, resulting in a haunting film that few will forget.




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