Bailey's Thoughts (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Danielle Payne

Genres Drama     Short    
Writers Danielle Payne (writer)
Country Australia
Language English
Runtime 5 min
Plot 'If only you could rewind time'. Bailey's Thoughts tells the story of Bailey (15), who is trying to make sense of why her life isn't going so well. Is it karma or just a coincidence? It traces back to the night she made a big mistake. Her trapped emotions get to her and she soon realises she can't just erase her wrongs. Bailey takes us on a visual journey as she sorts her head space and proves what a difference thinking before we act, can have on our life.... search for Bailey's Thoughts on IMDb

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    Directed by Danielle Payne. ... Short | Drama - July 2010 (Australia) Your rating: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-/ 10 X (awaiting 5 votes) Reviews: write review 'If only you could rewind time'. Bailey's Thoughts tells the story of Bailey (15), who is ...

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