Letters to Myself

Letters to Myself

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Dear Me, You etc.

I’ve been given the opportunity to write to you and realised there are a few things I’d like to say. You are bright, unique and capable of anything. You are really more precious than you can imagine. You don’t marry Keanu Reeves. I’m really sorry to break it to you.

Love from me, you, us, we. 

Created from letters written by real people, Letters to Myself is a heart-warming, humorous and sometimes painful look at the best advice we never had.  It is a look back at the highs and lows; heartbreak and grief, joy and admiration.  It is recognition of our shared regret and a celebration of our daily triumphs.

Write a letter to yourself - as part of the project, we're inviting people to write a letter to their past, present or future self. Find full details here.

Duration: 1 hours 15 minutes with no interval

By Becci Sharrock
Directed by Allie Butler

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