Woman at the Funerals is a dark satire about delusional perception by Elena Balyberdina. After a contentious divorce, Anna struggles to find a place among her lying boyfriend, troubled teenage children, manipulative ex-husband, and his new wife. Anna's provocative identity crisis takes a turn as she becomes a sought-after funeral planner, unearthing an array of eccentric characters in their time of need. The superficial layers of personality that Anna, and those in her life, have always relied on, are glitching, decaying and disintegrating. Anna's metamorphosis involves shedding everything artificial about herself, nearly her entire identity.