Lies. Family. Secrets. Three words capture this short drama about three generations of an Armenian American family.

Ana is faced with pressure from her mother to keep a secret from her ailing grandmother. Making a pact with her grandmother, the young woman gives the whole family a bit of their own medicine.

Zoë Smurr is an Armenian-American filmmaker and memoirist from Fresno who loves telling stories about identity, memory and “imagined place.” She’s currently earning her M.F.A. in Film Production at Loyola Marymount University and graduated from UC Berkeley with her B.A. in English Literature in 2013. The film stars famed Iranian-Armenian actress Mary Apick.