What to do when you feel that you’ve outgrown the very life that took you ages to construct? To completely abandon the habits, relationships, and practices that define a person might be hard if not impossible so a slight shift might be better to aim for. Raphael, of the film Dogwatch is a middle-aged man balancing a security guard job he loathes and providing care for his ill mother. He finds himself in circumstances that force him to leave behind the life he knows again and again. The young and successful influencer portrayed in the film To the Stars is no longer content and feels like a prisoner of the industry that created her while her even younger devotee tries to follow in her footsteps. In the film Home, a compulsive hoarder is trying to put in order her apartment that she crammed with a ton of stuff over the years. The place is in such a state that it’s hard to even move around it for her and her twelve feline companions. You can’t make the shift happen with just courage and determination. It takes a little imagination as well. My Fishdad and I shows Yael confronting his overbearing father figure with the aid of playful fantasy.