Some Girls’ Mothers tells the story of Grace, a ten-year old girl who usually goes to a friend’s house to play the Baby Grand piano she owns. Well, that's what she's supposed to do. But she is actually going there because she wants to listen to the record collection of Jessica, her friend’s mother. Grace doesn't even know Jessica in person, but she worships her anyway because of her excellent and eclectic music taste –and because she has a swimming pool at home.
Everything would be fine if the only forbidden thing she did was to listen to music while she should be playing the piano. Her friend is aware of it, and she doesn't have any problem with that. But she's doing something else, too: she takes the records home with her.
But there comes a time when Grace is not able to put the records back on the shelf on time before Jessica comes, so she has to be very clever and careful if she wants to keep taking records home without anyone knowing. Things happen between Jessica and Grace, but don’t worry –because we can tell that it doesn't end that bad.
The film will be directed by Colin and Dayla Kennedy, and they want to show us the influence some adult people have on kids, sometimes without them even knowing it. They have won a few Vimeo Staff Pick’s recognitions, so their films always mean good quality and sweet synopsis. If you want to be part of their upcoming project, just go here and make your donation.