My thesis film is an exploration of a woman's anxiety upon the discovery of the address of her father that left the family before her birth. Through this film we explore the woman's life and fears through the use of lived vignettes and abstract moments in the unconsciousness. In the lived vignettes we experience the woman's emotions as she becomes hyper aware of discussions of family. In the unconscious moments we see the woman trying to wrestle with the anxiety that the lived moments create through imagery and sound borrowed from the living moments, but jumbled in the dreamlike space. The film should hopefully develop a rhythm between the conscious and the unconscious vignettes, allowing the viewers to experience the main characters doubts and uncertainties, but also strength.