Dane only has one chance to make a stellar first impression. Good thing there's a lie detector present at his job interview! *BEEP* He's screwed. And he's going to find out just how much the truth really hurts.
Two men are stranded at the bottom of a well. One, with a serious injury to his head, thinks his has fallen in is own back garden in present-day Britain. But the other tells him they are really prisoners in a medieval dungeon. Who is right, and where are they really?
The prototype of the main character is William Stanley Milligan, the first person diagnosed with multiple personality, who was found not guilty of robbery and rape, with reference to insanity See more »
I saw this short at the festival with the director I was working with at the time, to get a better idea of what a short film is, how the story varies from features, and the way one flows. I ended up learning how a short can capture an audience with its brilliance, hold it breathless, and unleash an extremely riveting finish. I have since seen a number of shorts, but I haven't yet found a drama of the like that can match this one in its complete mastery of the genre. Bravo, Mr. Sands. Bravo.
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