Things Break In is an intimate portrait of love and independence in nature.

What parts of ourselves can we access when we are free, self sustaining people? The film is set during WWII, a time when women gained autonomy by entering the work force to support themselves and their families. Through the independence of their work, Ida and Rosa find each other. Inspired and protected by the beautiful, innocent gaze of nature, they investigate their sexuality and fall in love. 

Things Break In invites the audience to spend a day in their life. A day full of tensions and insecurities, but supported by beauty and love. 

Produced, written and directed by Tess Harrison. Edited by Vero Vackova. Cinematography Seamus Mulligan Ferry. Featuring Tess Harrison and Maria Wilson. 

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