Celluloid: Lloyd takes us straight into the heart of dysfunctional family life. Mum Dawns (Janet Banford) struggle with her past is played out not only upon the counsellors couch during regression therapy but also within the family home. With the help of Joshs (played by Daniel Booth) method of escapism; a penchant for viewing life through a lens, we learn from his footage the extent and impact this situation has had over the years. Vulnerable and unable to articulate their worries, teenagers Josh & Nicola struggle with their Mums more recent bout of outbursts and her increasing instability. They forge relationships outside of the family unit; to escape in Nicolas case and for support whilst they try to maintain some sense of a normal existence. As relationships at home become frayed suspicions about her counsellors integrity & motivations arise.Dawn is sectioned and social services are informed. Are Dawns recollections true or have they been encouraged? Is the family strong enough to get through it?