Michael is all ready to cook a special dinner for Christina in an attempt to woo her. He sets down his groceries and goes through his recipe books. He dices, measures, boils and even dances as he cooks. However, when he is ready to prepare the fish, he begins to hear sounds coming from it. He tries to convince himself that it’s just a fish — but he just can’t seem to bring himself to kill it.
(10mins) | Jamaica
Danielle Russell is an independent Jamaican filmmaker who also lectures in storytelling and scriptwriting at UTech, Jamaica. She has a BA in media and communication from the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC) at the University of the West Indies, Mona, and an MFA in film and TV production from the Communication University of China in Beijing. She has worked as a TV producer and on the set of several short films. Her films include The Bakers of Oriental Gardens and How to Kill a Fish