Anthony's dull office job leaves him in pain, longing for fresh mountain alpine air of Switzerland. His camp boss is driving him to distraction and London life leaves him dazed and confused... See full summary »
Anthony's dull office job leaves him in pain, longing for fresh mountain alpine air of Switzerland. His camp boss is driving him to distraction and London life leaves him dazed and confused. He thinks he's suffering, maybe from TB. He needs Fresh Air. Switzerland might be the answer. Then his old friend Rob Mem Ferda gets in touch. Rob is founder of a new company 0800Friend.com, which offers friends, and an answer to all sadness in the modern world. Rob offer Anthony a job in his new company saying that it's going to be huge. Anthony ponders his option in the crazy world of Soho, London. The chaos drives him mad. Then Rob comes to the rescue. He has a friend for him to meet. Unfortunately, things go somewhat wrong when Rob sends Anthony on a date with a rather weird work colleague of his William Tom Wontner. Anthony escapes his new friend and runs into a fantasy world of the Swiss Mountains, a beautiful Heidi, and the surreal and perpetually lost Kritzi......the little goat. Yet has ... Written by
Kritzi the Little Goat is a great title for this film as it is obscure yet explanatory at the same time. This quirky film drew me in from the word go. The acting was absolutely spot on, with actor Rupert Chesman giving a slightly disturbing yet brilliant and entrancing performance, and Jennifer McFarlane and Cheryl Ko giving convincing performances and adding a bit of office glamour to the film as his colleagues. The script was intriguing and distinctive, with completely believable dialogue throughout, enhanced by simple yet effective camera work. Though a short film, the sound and lighting was evocative, and I have to say, I had no idea where I was being taken, but enjoyed both the journey and the final destination. A well directed, well acted original piece of idiosyncratic comedy.
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