Two victims of a traffic accident wake up in a mysterious apartment. Outside is complete darkness. Their only contact with the living world is through old televisions that broadcast the one... See full summary »

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Nicola Hersh ...
Sandra
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Conrad
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Accident Victim
Ezekiel Goldsmith ...
Martin as Child
Jason Souza ...
Martin as Young Man
Tom E. Griffiths ...
Martin as Old Man
Christopher Gilbertson ...
Martin's Cousin
Lyla Graham ...
Martin's Aunt
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Two victims of a traffic accident wake up in a mysterious apartment. Outside is complete darkness. Their only contact with the living world is through old televisions that broadcast the one thing they cherish back on earth. For Sandra, a strong-willed mother, it is her teenage son. For Conrad, a loner from a troubled family, it is the completion of a manuscript that has consumed him. Over the course of sixty years, they evolve from squabbling rivals to nurturing co-dependents and eventually help each other face the dark and move on. Written by Gregory Zymet

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very good movie with high production value
12 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recently saw this movie at the DAM Shorts Festival in Nevada and I have to say that I was thoroughly impressed. A) the concept was great. B) it was well executed C) the editing, lighting, set design, wardrobe and acting were all top notch.

The movie explores two deceased people in purgatory who can peep in on their old lives through vintage television sets.

The SET DESIGN was phenomenal. think an apt from Seven. Dirty, dusty, and grimy. The fact that these two people had to remain in the same wardrobe for the entire movie was also awesome. The wardrobe continuity was great. All the way down to the food stains on the actors clothes.

Without going into any plot issues I would like to say the following: The most important aspect of this piece is how it lulls you into it. It begins as a Sci-Fi Thriller and ends up being a coming of age/drama movie without you even noticing. That takes the work of a smart moviemaker and I believe that this movie will be a calling card to bigger and better movies.


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