Worth 1000 Words
Written and Directed by: Candace Kowalski
Produced by: Emily Croke
Director of Photography: Gavin Chin
Matt lays still on his bed as a myriad of Polaroid photographs begin to fall down slowly from the ceiling.
The early morning sunlight peers through the windows as the photos cover Matt like a thin blanket, each
triggering a different memory. Through a series of flashbacks, we observe the development of a relationship
between Matt and Chloe, a skinny and petite young woman. As revealed by the series of flashbacks,
the two go from a happy young couple, to a team supporting one another in both sickness and health—
demonstrating true love really means.
Matt (late 20s—early 30s) –Artistic, scruffy, and not very built, Matt is a kind and caring man who is not
afraid to show it. He is easy on the eyes with a boy-next-door demeanor, and a passion for the arts.
Chloe (mid 20s—early 30s) – the quiet, shy, girl-next-door who is artistic and always seems to have her nose
in a book. Physically, she is skinny and petite, and is open, loving, and positive.