Seen From the Moon, None of This Matters
If Sally’s life was a film, she definitely wouldn‘t be the main character. She’d be the sidekick – the daughter who never causes trouble, the sister who avoids conflict, the friend who keeps her opinions to herself. Sally doesn’t like this role, but she plays it all the same. Until Leni, who is a few years older than Sally, moves in with them and brings the whole structure crashing down. When she’s with Leni, Sally feels like she can be her true self for the first time. And this makes her feel even more torn. Torn between what the rest of the world sees as right, and what feels right to her. Has the time come for Sally to become the main character in her own story?