Jules Bruff (writer/producer/lead actor), Alethea Root (writer/director/producer), Don Presley (producer) and Eleonore Dailly (producer) are in the final two months of post-production on their feature film, “Part Time Fabulous” (PTF). They are in the home stretch! Their goal is to reach as many people as possible with their story. In order to do that, they need the best film possible, which is why they are asking you for help. It is time to unveil the stigma associated with clinical depression: help is out there and you are not alone if you are living with clinical depression.
PTF combines narrative and documentary to weave its story of love, hurt and healing. PTF explores and exposes what it is like to live with and manage clinical depression. The film follows Mel (Jules Bruff), a young woman who suddenly falls in love with a man on vacation (Bjørn Johnson). So taken with each other, he moves in with her twelve days later. It’s not until then that her deep-rooted and untreated clinical depression reveals itself. Her inability to deal with her illness pushes a wedge between them and ultimately breaks them apart. Mel is forced to finally face her disease alone. In the quest to heal herself, she sets out to make a documentary that exposes her truth, and the heart felt truth of others dealing with clinical depression.