Victoria Valle Remond, known as @filmtrashed on Twitter, has recently unearthed a homemade film trailer that she made as a ten year old.
It's a powerful, emotional piece about the ultimate IRL drama—her parents' divorce.
The video was posted to Twitter on March 3 and features both family photos and various stock pictures relating to divorce.
WHEN I WAS 10 I MADE AN IMOVIE TRAILER FOR MY PARENTS DIVORCE AND I JUST FOUND IT??? 😭😭😭😭 https://t.co/eVJkosgOBX— victoria (@victoria)1583251944.0
"WHEN I WAS 10 I MADE AN IMOVIE TRAILER FOR MY PARENTS DIVORCE AND I JUST FOUND IT???"
The trailer opens with a dramatic classical score, similar to that of an epic film drama.
"This summer," the title card reads. "One family will face a decision to continue the war or be peaceful."
As the intensity of the soundtrack increases, so does the imagery. A broken wedding cake topper, two rings sitting on a table, and stock photos of a couple yelling are featured between the title cards, as are pictures from the director's parents' wedding.
Reviews for the fake movie are interspersed throughout.
"Truthful" -NBD (National Bureau of Divorce
The trailer begins to list off the "awards" that the "film" has been given, including "Official Selection: Broken Family Film Festival" and "Winner: Sad Yet Honest Film Award".
It ends with the film's poignant title—A Shattered Relationship.
Someone give this kid an Oscar.
Many on Twitter are commending the young filmmaker, not just for her editing skills, but also for her unique way of processing trauma. Some are even comparing it to the new film A Marriage Story.
@filmtrashed This is peak processing of emotions.— Andy J - Black Lives Matter (@Andy J - Black Lives Matter)1583268177.0
@filmtrashed @laurjbrown a shattered relationship walked so marriage story could run— sarah (@sarah)1583275554.0
@filmtrashed Y’all are laughing but um... https://t.co/yvQglk1CU4— Fat, Funny and FOINE 💅🏾 (@Fat, Funny and FOINE 💅🏾)1583304780.0
@filmtrashed BROKEN FAMILY FILM FESTIVAL TOOK ME OUT— mercury ☿ (@mercury ☿)1583289722.0
@filmtrashed your parents could do a marriage story but scarlett johannsen and adam driver couldn’t do a shattered relationship— ahnnah (@ahnnah)1583276164.0
@filmtrashed funny how noah baumbach, the director of marriage story, has been awfully quiet since this was released— owen :) (@owen :))1583289263.0
@filmtrashed The “ ‘emotional -Anonymous’ “ has had me dead for 5 whole minutes now💀— ✨Chonk✨ (@✨Chonk✨)1583303062.0
@filmtrashed 7 years in production this shit better be good— sænt✨ (@sænt✨)1583290315.0
@bensolosmile @filmtrashed If my kid made something like this i would have to reconsider the divorce tbh— 𓅓 HASAN 𓅓 (@𓅓 HASAN 𓅓)1583347463.0
@filmtrashed The ken burns!! 😂😂 iMovie really knows how to bring the drama. 😂— TiffanyViolet (@TiffanyViolet)1583301569.0
@filmtrashed @TurianBatman now THIS is COPING— Brood Hex (@Brood Hex)1583289983.0
@filmtrashed Damn please tell me they decided to stay together after watching this? Sheesh https://t.co/Hs8hKDC0kD— C-Recks (@C-Recks)1583303842.0
@filmtrashed @Theradkey I made it all the way to “Edited by Victoria’s Computer” before I lost it. A masterpiece 😂— Julius Pepperwood from Chicago (@Julius Pepperwood from Chicago)1583281005.0
Luckily, Victoria was able to get genuine support as well.
@filmtrashed You’re not alone! My parents divorced when I was 10 years old also. I’ll never forget my dad driving a… https://t.co/F0YHaEHXWp— ʎɯɯᴉʇ (@ʎɯɯᴉʇ)1583292835.0
@TiimmyG first person to realize...but honestly what are u gonna do with trauma except laugh bout it tbh— victoria (@victoria)1583292962.0
We're all here for you, Victoria. Can't wait for the premiere.