My name is Anouska Watts, I am a 21 year old Film and Television production graduate. I have been studying...

A picture perfect life is what people see for Olivia, having a nice job and a loving boyfriend, however for Olivia something isn’t making her happy. With the stress of a partner and mother who wants more of her than she can give, Olivia leaves to a small coastal town to clear her head, where she learns she's not the only one with worries.

My film lucky ones was originally designed to show how all relationships sound or look as picture perfect as some may seem. Lucky Ones is about this girl named Olivia, she loves her boyfriend but on large topics like marriage and kids which can be a life changer, the couple don’t see eye to eye, however never do the surrounding family. Feeling these feelings and knowing it is okay to think differently in that aspect can be difficult to understand that it is okay, and everyone struggles with something, even if it doesn't seem like it.

What I wanted to get form this film for the audience is that, its okay to think differently and it is okay to not understand why you may feel this way, many people think differently, many stress, and cry over relationships, and sometimes the world will feel like it's against you or that society is against you. Feeling your wrong and downgrading your feelings, however that's all okay, and many people go through similar or different things, which is why Olivia met Regan, she was struggling with the opposite of what Olivia was struggling yet they still were able to connect and help each other out. I left it as an open ending to let the audience figure out what happens and where she goes with her life next, as life is very inconsistent, but maybe one day she will find that feeling of comfort and genuine happiness.

For the future I would like to create films surrounding mental health both around daily life and in relationships, as in general media they overemphasize what mental health is making them seem commonly crazy, however it's misunderstood with the representation Hollywood and film makers have given.

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A picture perfect life is what people see for Olivia, having a nice job and a loving boyfriend, however for Olivia something isn’t making her happy. With the stress of a partner and mother who wants more of her than she can give, Olivia leaves to a small coastal town to clear her head, where she learns she's not the only one with worries.

My film lucky ones was originally designed to show how all relationships sound or look as picture perfect as some may seem. Lucky Ones is about this girl named Olivia, she loves her boyfriend but on large topics like marriage and kids which can be a life changer, the couple don’t see eye to eye, however never do the surrounding family. Feeling these feelings and knowing it is okay to think differently in that aspect can be difficult to understand that it is okay, and everyone struggles with something, even if it doesn't seem like it.

What I wanted to get form this film for the audience is that, its okay to think differently and it is okay to not understand why you may feel this way, many people think differently, many stress, and cry over relationships, and sometimes the world will feel like it's against you or that society is against you. Feeling your wrong and downgrading your feelings, however that's all okay, and many people go through similar or different things, which is why Olivia met Regan, she was struggling with the opposite of what Olivia was struggling yet they still were able to connect and help each other out. I left it as an open ending to let the audience figure out what happens and where she goes with her life next, as life is very inconsistent, but maybe one day she will find that feeling of comfort and genuine happiness.

For the future I would like to create films surrounding mental health both around daily life and in relationships, as in general media they overemphasize what mental health is making them seem commonly crazy, however it's misunderstood with the representation Hollywood and film makers have given.

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