It's hard to put into words the ways in which you will be missed. Thanks for the years of great friendship, support, humour, entertainment and empathy. We are thinking of you all, William, Clem, Stella, Anna, MJ and Fiona. With love, Kylie and Peter.
When I read about Sarah's passing today I cried and felt so heavy hearted. She first touched my life with Look Both Ways; her film that made me realise I wasn't the only person with somewhat paranoid outlook of the events of my day to day life. I send my wholehearted sympathy to William, Clem and Stella; and to Fiona and her children (our children have attended the same schools). To William - your love was one of those special ones. A love to last forever. The type of love that people like me look upon and envy. Soulmates. Although it's so sad that Sarah has gone, she would have left this world feeling so much love. May she rest in peace, perhaps in an animated version of what other people call heaven. Samantha Rapson
I don't know YOU, but what I've seen and heard about YOU make me very sad after YOU gone. "Look both ways" is one of my favourites aussie movies, I watched it several times and I want to watch it again. YOU and William are a few people I would like to have as my friends I hope that I'll find out how to pay my respec† toYOU.
Sarah was warm, fun and inspiring. Down-to-earth. One time when she was coming to Darwin, her film was selected for Cannes. I assumed she would cancel her Darwin trip and go to Cannes. However, she wasn't at all enticed by the glossy set and wanted to come here instead! That was the beginning of a lovely relationship between Territory artists/writers and Sarah Watt. Thank you so much for sharing her with us. I'm sure her wonderful nature was created within a warm, loving family. I am so very sorry for your loss and hope that you continue to feel her love every day. Icon Image: a turtle nest on our local beach; I think Sarah would've loved the idea of the little baby turtles hatching and returning to the ocean.