After watching the anthology short films, it brought light to the thoughts and struggles that people, especially women, go through. Some of the stories helped me understand things a few of my personal friends and family maybe struggling with, but never voiced. The film was very creative and captures your full attention. These anthologies will give everyone, including men and children, an outlook on the struggles of mental health. These short films were put together in a way to get the message across quickly without taking away from the message. Great job to everyone involved in this project.
Reviewed by earlofknights9 / 10
Bold, exhilarating, traumatic, wild, shocking.
This wonderful anthology of short films hits on all cylinders of human emotions. The works of these nine women filmmakers bring to light today's current issues affecting women from youth to senior. I was enlightened by each story as it unfolded. I was given a view of the struggles women endure in silence and out loud. As a caregiver to both my parents, the last ten years with just my mother, I saw first-hand her struggle with mental illness as Alzheimer's slowly took her mind away, and eventually her life. The Edge Of Her Mind should be seen and discussed by all, especially those who have dealt with a loved one who's suffered from mental health issues presently, or in the past.
Reviewed by tocherd10 / 10
The more personal the story, the more universal it is
Every short film in this anthology comes from a very personal place, and as a result, every single one is universal in its appeal and relatability. This anthology creates a space for exploring women's mental health and at the same time, it is watchable for men too, who will be able to find parallels with their own experiences and see that none of us are really that different from each other.
My personal favourites were "Over The Moon" and "Fragile Storm." There is something in this anthology for everyone.