Mental illness is usually nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias disgrace us all.
You will find people standing shoulder to shoulder who all have different mental illness. You will find all keeping a white board with the kind of illness they have. People are jogging past them looking at them as if they were freaks. A person features a eraser and erases the mental disease on the panel. Other people come with erasers and erase the other people's whiteboards. The people with all the mental disease and the people who have the erasers start going for walks together. A person before the crowd can be holding up a whiteboard that says end the stigma.
Shot you: Close up of the person supporting a whiteboard.
Shot 2: Zoom lens out to display all people with whiteboards. (wide shot) Shot 3: Method close up, the camera is usually filming past all of the whiteboards. Shot four: Long taken of people strolling past the people who have mental health problems. Shot 5: Close up from the peoples reaction to the mental illness. Shot 6: in the shoulder shot of one person walking to the whiteboard. Taken 7: close up of the person erasing the whiteboard.
Taken 8: vast shot of 7 people strolling toward the whiteboard. Taken 9: long shot of people erasing the whiteboards.
Shot 10: large shot of everyone getting together and strolling. Shot eleven: medium close up of person in front of the group with a white board that says end the stigma.
voice over: stigma is actually a label we put on individuals who we judge them by simply remove the packaging, remove the judgment