Enora, a young humanoid alien, crashes on earth in an Italian forest during WWII. Wounded, she leaves the crash site and loses her ocarina, a precious object she desperately needs in order to call for help and to get back home.
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Enora, a young human looking alien, crashes on earth in an Italian forest during WWII. Wounded, she leaves the crash site and loses her ocarina, a precious object she desperately needs in order to call for help and to get back home. Her encounter with James, a war medic, will be decisive in her quest.
I know this is probably classed as a 2016 given its release date but 2017 seemed to be its year and I was lucky enough to see it when I was on the judging panel for the 2017 Raptor Filmz Short Film Festival. The film is simply flawless. A wonderful and moving story that fits the genre perfectly. Beautiful cinematography and an extremely talented cast and crew bring this film to life and I can't think of another short film I saw in 2017 that could top this one. Not to be missed folks.
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