BBC Three launches Perfect Day, a new short film that celebrates a different perspective on individual perfect days.
According to the BBC this short film is a reflection of a variety of different, individual perfect days from a mix of people who have featured in stories, documentaries and comedies across BBC Three delivering the lines of Lou Reed’s iconic song.
From Rochelle who has vitiligo whose Perfect Day is being herself without having to put make-up on, to Chris who lost his legs whilst serving in the army, whose Perfect Day is to feel free in the water, via Kerry and Kurtan from hit comedy, This Country, where being with each other is their idea of a Perfect Day to Annie who has severe facial scarring as a result of a fire when she was a baby and has just had her own baby; her Perfect Day is being a Mum.
Damian Kavanagh, Controller, BBC Three, says: “We present real characters and stories that reflect the different faces of youth culture in an authentic way and this film offers an unfiltered view of life and individuals that BBC Three celebrates. Due to our multiplatform approach, whether it is comedy or current affairs, no matter the genre, no one else can tell the stories we do, like we do.”