Mental Health • 4m 17s
As Ellice gets low, her room gets messy - she never sees it coming, but it always happens. There seems to be no way to break out of the endless highs or lows that make up bipolar, or even to pick up her clothes up off the floor.
Director: Dorothy Allen-Pickard
Producers: Lauren Pringle
4 min | UK
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