Last Day of June is a touching representation of a person’s psyche during the process of grief.
After a tragic car accident take’s June’s life, her husband Carl is left alone and wheelchair-bound. Through June’s paintings, Carl explores that fateful day time and time again from a variety of perspectives – from the kid next door to the village eccentric. Carl clings on to this otherworldly ability to change seemingly innocuous events that took place that day, in order to try and change June’s fate.
- Striking Burton-esque, impressionistic art style
- Visual representation of the grieving process
- See June’s last day from a variety of perspectives within the village
- Light puzzle solving