Kerry is at a sleepover with the socially awkward, mysteriously orphaned heiress Katie. Friendship--in a society that grows ever isolating--is explored as Kerry learns the hard way that Katie always gets what she wants.
Laia from Spain and Emil from Iceland are Erasmus students in Munich. After having sex for a couple of times, Emil professes his love to Laia - but she panics and runs away. Now the two ... See full summary »
I am a 21 yr old man that doesn't have kids and I still deeply connected with "Blocks". Many shows/features that have similar themes and conflict seem to fall flat, especially with the attempts at humor. But the writing and acting shine bright in this, making the 12 min run time feel like 5. "Blocks" is also very well shot and edited without being in-your-face and distracting you from what's really important: the mother.
Of all the SXSW features and shorts I've seen so far, it looks like I'll be recommending this one the most.
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