Alison Botha: I will never drive in a car without locking the doors. I will never again watch a film without marveling at every camera angle and the lighting and knowing how many people are in the room watching the person voice her thoughts. I will never again stop myself from crying when I feel the need. I will never again see a butterfly without taking it as a sign just for me.
Alison Botha: Of course, the moment when after years of planning, the crew bus actually pulled up outside my house and unpacked their gear that filled my garden and garage and house. That was a jump-up-and-down moment, for sure.
Alison Botha: It's a big moment when you share something that you really believe in with others - a little nervous at what their reaction will be. And that moment becomes significant and pivotal when they choose to believe in it too.