by Julie Marie Myatt
Directed by Michele Pearce
Video Directed by Rachel May
It is 1950 American and German psychoanalyst Dr. Fritz Tittels has unlocked the female psyche. He thinks. Little does he know what lies in the hearts of his wife and spinster daughter. Meanwhile, present day Dan decides to make a documentary about what makes modern girls tick. He and his camera get an eyeful of the red-hot truth.
In this smart and savvy examination of how far society has come (or not come) playwright Julie Marie Myatt combines filmaking and theatricality to answer Freud's age-old question -- What do women really want?