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When Tilda wakes up to find herself the last human on earth she goes on a journey along with her bunny rabbit Shane, experiencing both the immense joy and crippling loneliness of a world without humans.
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3 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Holly Fraser ... Tilda
Glean De Goya Glean De Goya ... Shane (voice)
Bandit the Rabbit Bandit the Rabbit ... Shane
Indiana Kwong Indiana Kwong ... Tilda's Friend (voice)
John Buckmaster John Buckmaster ... Father (voice)
Simon Croker Simon Croker ... Douchebag #1
Jonas Thomson Jonas Thomson ... Douchebag #2
Rosie Keogh ... Upset Woman
Fiona Craven Fiona Craven ... Friendly Woman
Petra Lovrencic Petra Lovrencic ... Free Hugs
Luke Hilderbraat Luke Hilderbraat ... Homeless Luke
Raquel Linde Raquel Linde ... Spanish Attack Kisser
Ellen Johansson Ellen Johansson ... Left On Cutting Room Floor
Jonathan Wilhelmsson Jonathan Wilhelmsson ... Blink And You Miss It
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When Tilda wakes up to find herself the last human on earth she goes on a journey along with her bunny rabbit Shane, experiencing both the immense joy and crippling loneliness of a world without humans.

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The biggest question for the last human on earth is whether she should be sad or happy.


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Country:

Australia | Sweden

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 June 2017 (Australia) See more »

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Budget:

AUD 5,650 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.90 : 1
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Trivia

Winner of Best Drama Short at the Stockholm Independent Film Festival in 2017. See more »

Quotes

Tilda: Earth has never been better. There's no more conflict, no more war... no starving children.
Shane: There are no children.
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Connections

Features Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

Soundtracks

Irish Clouds
Written & performed by 'Bugs and Rats'
Courtesy of Bugs and Rats
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The best short film I have ever seen
1 July 2017 | by jackcwelch23See all my reviews

I have seen a lot of short films. I was a student at the Sydney Film School and watched all of the film shown at the annual 2 and 3 day festivals for 2 years, close to 160 shorts. This was the best one. Easily.Production value and atmosphere better than any student film you will ever see, with gorgeous cinematography, awesome cg effects, ambitious ideas, a witty funny script, a killer soundtrack and excellent performances. The most important part of the film, however, is that is has a heart and soul and is a seamlessly woven examination of the human condition, but is never pretentious or overly indulgent (as student shorts tend to be as well) but stays entertaining throughout. A serious achievement and a film to celebrate.


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