A battered sheriff stands on the top of a dusty mountain. Years prior, that exact location was the scene of an accident that shaped his whole life. Can he deal with the emotions that flood back with each step? And even more importantly, can he deal with his past mistakes, and the loss and guilt that come with it?
Archive for October, 2016
A car crash is a terrible thing and something we would rather not hear nor see. But as disaster strikes and people hurt, an emotional connection can mean the world to someone.
Life is only a speck of dust, set against the vastness of space. Death, it turns out, is pretty much the same. Thomas Lucas aptly illustrates how comically meaningless life is beyond our stratosphere.
You look, you lose – it’s as simple as that. Jesse Vogelaar’s short explores the absurdly absurd Circle Game, in which ordinary people (henceforth: victims) are duped into looking at the circle some scumbag (henceforth: the offender) makes with his thumb and forefinger.