A suicidal young woman in a psych ward wakes up in the middle of the night to find a mysterious stranger in her room. As she struggles to unravel the mystery of the man's identity, she ... See full summary »
Frances Brennand Roper,
After a night out of partying Ava wakes up and sneaks back home only to find that somebody's already in her bed and they look exactly like her. Ava learns that a time-traveling fugitive has stolen her body and she is now a ghost and invisible to everyone.
Debris is a very proficient horror short that excels in technical aspects - Clear, crisp dialogue, sound, incredible music, editing, and cinematography. None of that would matter though if the story or script was poor, and this is definitely NOT the case. Nicole Jones-Dion does a fabulous job directing the actors and camera, and her writing is excellent as always, with refreshing subtext and conflict. She masterfully takes a sword and chops away any on-the-nose dialogue or cliché scenes. It's amazing what talent Jones and the producer pulled together, some being major players in the biz, and all of them very good.
My only complaint was that it seemed too short, but then again, that's a good thing- I wanted more! Feed me more blood!
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