In 2012 novelist and performance poet Louise Halvardsson turned 30. She embarked on a journey through everyday life of people in England and Sweden. She stayed with 30 different people during 30 weeks for a week with each person; she actually tried to live their lives shadowing them at work as well as at play.
The documentary covers the author's development and emotions throughout the project, also capturing some of the most interesting experiences she was having while she was living other people's lives, as well as touching on subjects such as nature, religion, different life styles and people's dreams. In some ways the documentary is also a transition from the hectic city life of Brighton to a more quiet life in the forests of Sweden.
Her book Swenglish - A journey through everyday life was published in June this year.
Sean Creed - sound engineer
Fiddlesparks - Irish Folk Music Band
Ben Solomon - piano music composer
Setuniman - composer (Ambivalent Introduction, Inner World Abstracted, Lost Time)
Zagi2 (Deep Blue Sea, Out of Space)
Lee Rosevere - The Ambient Ukulele
AmbientSoundscapes - Saltwells Nature Reserve