Bec Moran talks plainly about what it has been like to experience and live beyond a family murder-suicide. Bec had a six-month-old baby when her father and brother died, so her story intertwines death and fresh life. She describes her experiences with existential horror, and how unprepared we are to deal with deeply unsettling blows to our existential frameworks, as well as to our understandings of what life and love look like. Bec talks about the way big grief and big horror can be received – or leaned away from – by friends, family, and the public, and how this can create unintentional isolation and silencing.

Videography: Rhys Jones, Tiny Film Co.
Presenter and creator: Bec Moran
Producer: Jill Bennett