Separation Anxiety traces the friendship of three twenty-something childhood pals, Quinn, Jess, and Bailey...beginning on the morning of Bailey's funeral. In what appears to be a fatal accident, Bailey fell off the dam where he used to hang out, and the shock of the event devastates everyone close to him in different ways. Quinn, having left their hometown years ago for a job out west, is forced to deal with his grief while stranded at the airport, while Jess spends the morning with Bailey's father, trying to make sense of the tragedy. Quite content to stew in his grief, the emotionally distant Quinn is befriended during his delay by a fellow passenger, a woman named Lily, who knows loss and grief in such a way that Quinn cannot fully embrace. Back home, as Jess searches for answers in her tense dialogues with Mr. Palmer, she finds only more confusion and sorrow, particularly in the form of a letter Bailey left for her prior to his death. As the people who loved Bailey the most ... Written by
I thought that you guys did an amazing job. I would come back and watch it over and over and over again. I am telling everyone about it. Thank you for your talents. I hope that in the future when you make another movie you will give me a call. I would love to be a part of the Glass City Films family. That sounded weird but it is what it is. Keep producing and making movies because you are very good at it. I was crying during the movie which means that you have a way of getting emotions involved. I just thought you did well, although I was a bit confused as to whether Bailey jumped or whether it was an accident. But other than that it was very easy to follow and very easy to fall in love with.
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