Genre: Short
Director(s): Gillian Wood
7 min

From what they told me, I was living

here when I was just a child.

Just let it go.

Like you said,

it's part of the past.

It's just you

and me now.

Dr, Fredricks said something

happened to me in this house.

And now I'm back.

I just... I want out

of that house!

Hmm, well, Lizzy, it sounds

like your childhood environment

is triggering some memories,

as unpleasant as they may be.

No! There's something going

on in the house. I know it!

Well, okay,

that's something.

I know what

you're going to say.

I don't want to sound

like a broken record,

but we've been

down this road.

It wasn't

a daydream.

Okay? I mean,

it was, but it wasn't.

What do you mean

It wasn't?

It just...

it seemed so real.

You know, it's very

hard to explain,

but it wasn't... it wasn't

fuzzy or dreamlike,

It's like I was really

there, and...

I don't know.

I was really surprised when

I woke up in the morning.

I didn't even have

that much to drink.

Have you... have you

been taking your pills?

Yes. Well, I stopped taking them

for a while because of Jason,

but I just started

taking them again

And I thought that

the daydreams would stop

when I started

taking them again,

but I guess I'm

still having them?

I don't know.

How does Jason

feel about all of this?

Jason thinks I'm crazy.

No, he's been very,

very supportive,

and I can tell that he is

very worried about me.

Lizzy, what would you say

if you were in my shoes?

"This visit's on me"?

No, I'm serious.

Seriously. I would

probably say that

you're just stressed

out and tired

and having really bad

nightmares or daydreams.

How about you

just lost your job,

you've got a new boyfriend,

you just moved back

into your old house,

all, what, in the course

of a year.

Those are some serious life changes

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