What is Air?

Air is a short film about a 20 year old called Danny who is searching for happiness, but he has no idea what happiness is. He has difficulty expressing emotions and cannot read emotions in others; therefore, he collects feelings in plastic boxes. Crying babies, couples arguing, children playing, fire engines racing through busy streets – Danny stores them all, neatly catalogued on shelves in his bedroom. When real emotions rise to the surface within his own family Danny is unable to read them or to react to them but, through his simple, honest, open approach to life, he is ultimately able to resolve them.

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Air has been funded through a Regent’s University research grant as well as a Kickstarter campaign and a donation from the National Autistic Society 

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A short film by The Arrows Productions

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