A family is in pain after losing their mother and wife. Will these family members say what they desperately need to say? Or will their fractures deepen?
I wrote and produced WHAT I SHOULD HAVE SAID because the dining room table is the center of so many families. It's sometimes the ONLY moment in the day when all family members commune to joke, tell stories, deliver ultimatums, confess and, way too often...lie.
Writer/Director: Jamie Donohoe
Cast: Julia Durski, Grady Eglin, Piper Eglin
Director of Photography: Thomas Broening