A sleepy Sunday afternoon in an apartment. A woman dozes off in front of the TV. When she wakes up she finds herself in a kind of limbo between dream and reality. And in the periphery a dark figure is moving towards her.
From BIFA winning writer-director Rob Savage comes this fresh psychological horror. An unidentified creature washes up on the shores of a small coastal town, and a group of high school ... See full summary »
I saw this film from the perspective of my low sense of hearing. So, as part of a minority, it is easy to discover this short film as a realistic portrait of isolation and refuge , not ignoring the love story. Other virtue - it reminds many films about same subject. But it does that in wise manner, using references for a solid portrait of crisis, sufferance , choice and a phenomenon changing lives. It could be, in same measure, a parable, about loneliness and about humankind. Important - it works in lovely manner. So, a profound inspired warning.
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