Wandering The Coast




Zimmermann, Harper R.

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Family trips were always a memory that Millie kept close to her heart. She replays the songs Dad, Clint, used to shuffle through. She connects the stars every night just like Forrest taught her. She challenges herself to the car games Henry made up. Millie looked at these items as building blocks to her being, but now things are starting to be seen from a different perspective. Her brothers are showing her just how much her memories were one sided and how she hasn’t always been willing to look from another’s point of view. This is a work of revelation about how you have to keep seeking information from all angles. The world you live in is not only your world. It’s not just your story. Seeking a different outlooks on situations is the way to improve life, but you have to stay open to what people are showing you. This work is to help uncover questions and/ or emotions that you may not have realized were there because you were only seeing the situation in one way.



screenplay, short film, theatre, road trips, family, siblings, postcards, flashbacks, Honors College


Zimmermann, H. R. (2021). Wandering the coast (Unpublished thesis). Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.


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