NAME IS SEAN
We Love Lucy
To me, the most important thing about making We Love Lucy was hope. Hope that serves to better the world.
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Sean is an award-winning filmmaker from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He is forever grateful to have had the opportunity to embark on a journey of such grandeur and beauty. In the hopes that it will help people see the humanity of those around them, Sean readily adapts Lucy's winding journey for the big screen, while never losing sight of the beauty that each
Being Lucy's first cousin,
I felt a sense of personal significance while working on this project. To encourage audiences to view misfortune in a positive manner, embracing hope rather than pity, I strove to highlight Lucy's valuable life lessons and their application towards personal struggle.
We Love Lucy
Lucy is my first cousin.
When I first met Lucy in 2018, I was enthralled by the ways she can make those around her feel. Immediately taken in by her warmth and smile, I knew that I had to share the tender, welcoming feeling she gave me. So I did.
With the creation of We Love Lucy, I aim for several things, but, most importantly, that it will grow and strengthen people's preconceived notions of unity and humanity. I hope that people may see a side of Lucy that they don't commonly see, a side with the capacity to open people's hearts.
I hope that this documentary raises awareness and support for NKH research while also offering a glance under the surface into each NKH family's victories and strides, since that is, after all, the most inspiring reflection of their compassion: their ability to blossom.
This is the capacity of art. It has the potential to amend people's perspectives regarding the world, which is why I believe We Love Lucy is the most important thing I can do for Lucy and those around me.