Using lived experience, this short film plays on and explores the framework of the Five Stages of Grief - denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance.

The film was produced by a group of 14-19 year olds who have experienced bereavement and used film making as a way to tell their story. They wrote the script and gained skills in camera work, lighting and editing as well as featuring in the film themselves.

The group had support from youth workers and bereavement specialists.

This film was made by Creative Youth Network in collaboration with the Good Grief Festival, University of Bristol and Winston's Wish.