This post deals with the loss of a child and might be triggering for some readers.
Last night, I sat down ready to browse Netflix when I came across If Anything Happens I Love You.
Sitting in Netflix's top 10 list and only 12 minutes long, without reading the preview, I clicked in to watch.
About ten minutes later, I found myself inconsolable.
Watch the trailer for If Anything Happens I Love You. Post continues below.
If Anything Happens I Love You is an American animated short film directed and written by Will McCormack and Michael Govier, that follows two parents as they grieve the loss of their 10-year-old daughter to a school shooting.
The entire film is in black and white with brief moments of colour linked to the couple's daughter.
It opens on a shot of the couple sitting on opposite sides of the dinner table in silence, with shadows of the pair expressing their true emotions.