Deacon lives in a fantastical world of snowing feathers, hailing golf balls and incredible guilt. After a petty accident begins to haunt him, the lonely landscaper must stumble through his ... See full synopsis »
A day at a group home for troubled adolescents. Denim is the head counselor, involved somehow with Natalia, another counselor. During the day, we watch them and other staff deal with a boy ... See full summary »
Destin Daniel Cretton
Brad William Henke,
Bill loves Jane and she loves him, but in this small town, many are jealous of Bill, especially the volunteer firefighters. Bill calls them cowards, puts out fires by himself, and doesn't ... See full summary »
Roy, a shy, solitary young man, calls himself a "non-winner," not a loser. He looks for signs that his life will change, and he gets just such a sign when he wins a haiku contest. His prize... See full summary »
Steven K. Tsuchida
Based on Cretton's experience working in residential foster care, Coogler's East Bay area upbringing and time working in a juvenile detention facility and Hodge's experience teaching ... See full summary »
In a society strict with repetition, stepping out of line holds great consequence for preprogrammed Bartholomew 467. When the monotony is interrupted by a mysterious music box he is confronted with a new decision: stay in line or step out in sacrifice.Written by
This short film was quite captivating. The message behind the story is quite open to interpretation. It has a meaningful and thought provoking ending that may come by surprise. Over all it was defiantly worth the 11 minutes of my time.
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