Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix
Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix
Wellness

Mental health movie on Indieflix about a woman’s struggle to cope with her estranged mother’s suicide will help people ‘make active changes for the better’, director says

  • ‘Daffodil’, an 18-minute short film from Hong Kong director Nicola Fan, picked up several awards following its 2020 release
  • Want to know how to reach out to someone in need? A mental health expert gives tips

Topic |   Wellness
Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix
Lesley Chiang plays Mia in Daffodil, a short film directed by Nicola Fan about a young woman’s internal struggle as she comes to terms with the suicide of her estranged mother. Photo: Indieflix
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