This is a short film that speaks to my experience with isolation. I think it’s a relatable film, and the intended audience are students living the same experience as me. A lot of people have discussed how bored they are trying to find anything to do to be productive, and their use of alcohol becoming an issue. I think my film speaks on the emptiness of this time and the internal feelings of chaos.
Copyrighted by Krystal Philson. Editorial assistance provided by Erica Crowley. This work is part of the “Telling Our Covid Stories” project by the Center for Hartford Engagement and Research (CHER) at Trinity College.
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