In close-ups against a black background, a man's hand wields a chef's knife, which plunges again and again. Blood sprays against a bare lightbulb hanging from the ceiling, against the man's clothing, into the air, covering the knife. Atmospheric music plays. The final reveal doesn't entirely follow what we've seen, but it's not a bad ending I guess. As a film it's not terribly strong, it seems more like something that might be used to promote a horror festival or something like that. And while the "baker" in the title evokes the children's rhyme, there's no baker or baking in the film, so it doesn't quite fit. Oh well, it's just a minute long, time fairly spent.
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