A man wakes up naked in the middle of nowhere and has no memory of how and why he got there. He makes his journey into the city.



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Credited cast:
The Body / Mr. Graham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nude Angel
Amy Fiorito ...
Nude woman
Nude Man
Cop #2
Paramedic #2 (as Lora Cunningham)
Phil Mell ...
Cop #1 (as Phillip C. Mell)
Hans Uder ...
Nude man
Paramedic #1


A man wakes up in the middle of the desert, totally naked and confused. He doesn't know where he is and how he got there. After trying to cover himself in junk he starts wandering towards the city. His journey brings him to the bottom of society. He finally sees another nude person in the city, who seems to notice him. He tries to get to her, but is being held back by some hand on his shoulder. The reveal will turn you upside down... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Mystery





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Emotionally powerful but hard to find
4 October 2013 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

I believe I'm not the only one who knows this film only as the 'Redemption 2.0' music video by RMB. The full film, which is 15 minutes long, became pretty much unavailable after the festival viewings ended, but the video can be found on the web. It is basically '60 seconds' edited down to about 4 and a half minutes. Some of the dialog is heard but most of it is only subtitled.

We see a young man waking up in the middle of a road in the desert. He has no memory of what happened to him, why he is there and why he is nude. He tries asking for help from the passing cars but nobody stops for him, one of them even hits him. His leg gets badly hurt, but without other options he limps into the next city fighting the pain. In the city he keeps asking for help but no one bothers listening to him. He finally gives up saying he does not need help. The ignorance of the society towards him made him free. He can be himself without needing to fit to other people's expectations. He then sees an other nude person and follows her. And then comes the twist what I will not tell here.

As I have not seen the full film I cannot tell how much that compressed form gives back the experience of the original, but as I remember when I first saw it, I was very impressed how much it moved me emotionally in such a short time, although probably the music - very powerful trance - also added to my feelings. I hope the music gives back what is missing from the narrative, and if I ever get the chance to see the original, I will be moved by the narrative just as much.

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