A young woman walks into a therapist’s office confident that 2020 is going to be her year; unlike the rest of us, she’s right.
The World Will Know My Name is a dark comedy for those of us who, like myself, really thought that 2020 was going to be the big one. A year with seemingly no end, it continues to toss us around even nine months after it drew to a close.
Only two entities had a really great year in 2020, the Covid-19 virus and Jeff Bezos, and I hope, having now watched this film, it is clear which one I thought would make a more likable protagonist.
Filmmakers: Richard P. Doyle & Ramon Samson
Patient – Amelia Conway
Therapist – Emily TeedeDirector – Ramon Samson
Producer and Writer – Richard P. Doyle
Cinematographer and Sound – Oliver Brighton
First Asst Director – Jane Chan
Production and Costume Design – Oliver Walton
Production/Art Department Assistants – Jane Chan, Sam Mikhail, Celeste MoroneyEditor and Colourist – Ramon Samson
Sound Design and Mix – Oliver Brighton
Original Score – Daniel Bunting