Agnes was diagnosed with dementia in her fifties. Five years have passed and she is still struggling with her new identity, and the loss of who she once was. We follow Agnes in her quest for renewal and along the way our notions of what it means to have dementia are challenged and given a fresh perspective. A film about friendship and living with dementia.
This film was commissioned by Ruth Barlett (University of Southampton) and Caroline Hick (University of Bradford) as part of the No Limits - Re-imagining Life With Dementia exhibition which took place in Bradford & Glasgow at the end of 2011.
The film also screened at IDFA (International Documentary Festival Amsterdam) 2011 and at the Edinburgh Filmhouse as part of the Scottish Mental Health Film Festival.