One day, all the windows in the City disappeared... Then the rain started... No matter what people tried, nothing could stop the water. Soon, disease spread, robbing people's abilities to ... See full summary »
One day, all the windows in the City disappeared... Then the rain started... No matter what people tried, nothing could stop the water. Soon, disease spread, robbing people's abilities to speak; the endless rain killing all other forms of communication with its acidic torrent. This was a time when dialogue became a new challenge. When everything we knew had to be reinvented. This was also a time, in the midst of a chaotic, decaying environment, when a man tried to cope with the loss of his former lover. Written by
Short films aren't the sort of thing people line up for at the box office, but some do have impressive production values that make you wonder if they should be regarded as features. What happens when you have a great or interesting idea for a story, but you cannot populate 90 minutes with it?
The City Without Windows.
Let's just hope this film gets added to a DVD collection so it can be seen by more people. Although it's not a violent, nor gory film, I would definitely rank it alongside Nacho Cerda's excellent, but very gory "Aftermath".
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