Two strangers, Elizabeth, (a physicist) and Nellie (a beautician), wait anxiously in a doctor's surgery. Elizabeth is determinedly trying not to think about cancer, but Nellie's brash ... See full summary »
Two strangers, Elizabeth, (a physicist) and Nellie (a beautician), wait anxiously in a doctor's surgery. Elizabeth is determinedly trying not to think about cancer, but Nellie's brash manner completely invades her quiet reverie. Despite or perhaps because of Nellie's flamboyant artificial opinions about cosmetic surgery; her own and others, Elizabeth warms to this stranger, even though Nellie's confidence is ultimately undermined as her real identity begins to unravel. Written by
I Love this short film. It's a captivating story, eloquently told and beautifully produced. A joy to watch.
Jackie Schulz and Greg Waters have work together before to produce some truly charming short films. This film is no exception.
The understated approach to story telling, and attention to the little things, shows a real understanding of human interaction, allowing them to interweave moving drama,with fascinating characters and wonderful heart warming comedy moments.
Right from the opening opening titles, your brain is racing ahead making all sorts of assumptions about who these characters are and where the stories taking them, but at every turn your forced to re-evaluate your feelings, in a roller coaster of emotion. Its genius at all levels.
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