An illegal migrant worker decides it's time to move on from picking crops and find her father. Little does she know, insidious supernatural forces have a different plan for her. Some borders aren't meant to be crossed.
To celebrate Jack London's 100th death anniversary, director Fx Goby adapted his famous novel, "To Build a Fire", tragic tale of a trapper and his dog in the freezing Yukon, into an animated short film.
When two universes collide and create exact duplicates of both people and inanimate objects on a single version of Earth, a hopeless romantic finds himself able to win the heart of his dream girl's double.
Mike C. Nelson,
I remember two Willie Binghams. One, pasty-faced with fear after the sentence was read and the other after the series of amputations. The first is now blurred by the painfully sharp focus of the second.
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The movie was great the acting directing and production fabulous it certainly delivered l would recommend the movie as a must see short movie and l hope it gets the distribution it deserves Australian made short movies stand up well against bigger budget movies l hope we see more well made movies like this one from the producer and director the music captured your imagine and was a great example of the good psychological thrillers being made this was certainly different and stood out from the other short films for this reason if you don't see many movies make sure that this is one you see l am sure that you will appreciate the quality of the film
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