Dear Shears is an experimental short and a self-mocking social
commentary introducing viewers to the fictional realities of
While there is no space for verbal dialogue, visual flashes invi te the
audience into the minds of characters struggling with an
inability to distinguish reality, determine sexual and personal
identity and cope with indecision, over-saturation and insatiability.
It is a sensory look into the side-effects of immediate
gratification and overly curated realities.
The film takes place in a world where vital elements to self-wor th and
understanding – touch, quality time, and human affirmation – are
The characters insatiability for constant change and overemphasis on
self-curration, however, ultimately means that all is not lost to an
augmented reality – people still need their hair done.
We watch as seemingly unrelated characters break from societal monotony
to discover themselves through the physical connection of their hair