Confined to their glasshouse, a family survives The Shred, a toxin that erases memory. Until the sisters are seduced by a Stranger who shatters their peace and stirs a past best left buried. Glasshouse exists in a dystopia unrooted by time and place; its themes of family and forgetting are provocative and universally-relatable. But its world is infused with a unique sci-fi lens tinted by its place of origin. I am because we are: the South African philosophy of Ubuntu holds that identity is collective and that ancestral memory shapes the present. As thought-provoking as it is entertaining, we believe that Glasshouse is a timely film, meeting a societal and market need for challenging, female-driven stories.