One night, a teenager girl, trapped in the low expectations of a small town, disappears without a trace. Years later, her friend returns to their childhood home and finds himself being ... See full summary »
Christopher Dylan White,
Melon Rainbow is a young girl who wishes to be seen, which is ironic since she works as a cleaning lady in a Housing Association for blind people. In the evening she goes to her chat page where she undresses in front of her followers.
Victoria Carmen Sonne,
Twenty-two and on the verge of entering high society, college graduate Billy Mitchell finds his plans changing when he falls in love with an inmate with multiple personalities at his father's mental institution.
Karen Maine has written an interesting story with themes of religion, the internet, and sex. For the 11 minute run time, the short film never bores you and never wastes time. It is surprisingly well acted and visually funny at times. However, bland direction and and a boring set of colours hold it from being a great short film
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