Field admits he isn't in any position to be discussing a long-term career plan right now, as he's still busy juggling the "schizophrenic" roles an indie filmmaker assumes by default. "You're like a psychiatrist, a priest, a lover, a father, a janitor. It's like you're building a house and deciding that it's shaped a certain way, and you get everybody in, and you screw up and you fix it, but when they all leave, there's nobody left to maintain the building and so you're cleaning the toilets, and you're alone. And if you care, it never stops."
Photograph by Robin Holland
"The core of the movie is that there's no formula for grieving."