Friendship comes in many forms Anna’s life has been all about frilly dresses and dolls. Growing up in wealth Anna’s parents made sure she wanted for nothing. She had everything a little girl could want and she was loved.
Finding out that Anna would never be the same again after a tragic accident was hard news to hear. Accepting that their child would need medication for the rest of her life was even more difficult. For a short time after diagnosis, Anna’s parents took her to see Dr. Sherwood, a psychiatrist. She prescribed medication and offered advice. But Anna’s parents were embarrassed, shallow, and self serving, so they decided to just keep Anna isolated and over medicated. A secret to the world. Not long afterwards, the visits with Dr. Sherwood ended. Years later, Dr. Sherwood re-enters Anna’s life. With the doctors help Anna slowly comes out of her shell. She is adjusting in the real world with a job, a house, and “real” friends. Who could have known that Anna has a few secrets of her own.
Directed by George Orallo and Leona Krahn (Canada)