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Forget Me Not

‘Forget Me Not’ is the story of a mother and daughter facing an impossible question.

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Title: Forget Me Not

Producer/Director: Nick Stellon

Cast: Jennifer Simmons, Yvette Little, Aneisha Brackens, Al Taylor, Brin Foster

Genre: PVIFF Short Films

Runtime: 13:53 minutes

Forget Me Not is the story of a mother and daughter facing an impossible question: how do you tell the person you love most that you have to leave them? When Mae is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, she is forced to tell her daughter Belle that she will one day forget her. Years later, as the disease has taken full effect, Belle realizes that she must move on from Mae to follow her dream.

Director Biography - Nick Stellon

Nick Stellon is a junior Film student at The University of Alabama. An avid Matthew McConaughey enthusiast, and fan of all things French, Nick hopes to write and direct feature films one day (but don't we all).

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