About the Film

A short poetic doc about growing up & the stories we share told through a grandmother's stories of a life on a small farm in Scotland.

Nancy Wallace (now Murray) was born 1944, and spent the majority of her childhood growing up on a Sheep Farm in the town of Skelmorlie located along the River Clyde, Scotland. Nancy tells stories day to day life growing up on the sheep farm, wild adventures of childhood, along with hardships and great losses.

A Message from the Director:

"When I was a little girl my grandmother would read us the book series her older sister wrote about their childhood, and the wild adventures they would go on. She would always tell us what parts were true and what was more fictionalized to make the story more exciting. I don't think I fully understood those stories when I was a kid or realized just how awesome they really were!

Our time with the people we care about is very precious and I'm one of the lucky ones who still can talk to their grandparents or many of their family members about their stories. It's really important to share these types of stories because when the day comes and they're no longer here with us. It's the stories we tell and share about their lives that keeps the memory of those lost to us still alive.

This is my reason why I chose to tell this story and I hope this film inspires others to reach out and do the same."

- Rhiannon Murray-Leung


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