Directed by Lee Shorten
As Ann prepares to move, she reflects fondly on the successes and failures of her youth. J’Adoube is a story about the little things in life that shape us – the power of curiosity, the perils of perfection and the importance of recognizing the humanity in everyone.
Lee Shorten grew up in Tamworth, Australia, where he was raised by his adoptive parents Merv and Judy Shorten. Lee graduated from Law School (University of Newcastle) in 2009 and worked as lawyer for several years before he decided to pursue a career in film. Lee is best known for his work as Sergeant Yoshida in The Man in the High Castle. As a writer/director Lee is committed to telling inclusive stories.
Writer: Lee Shorten
Producers: Lee Shorten and Shelley Shukaliak
Cast: Phoebe Miu, Fleur Delahunty, Theo Kim and Amanda Wong