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Project Type: Short Film
Production Dates: June-November 2018
In the shadows of a ruined world, a lone individual addresses an unknown audience—his accusers? his judges? his acolytes?—and leads us into a dark universe where he might be a madman or a messiah, the architect of a planet’s salvation or its utter destruction. Perhaps all of these.
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“A chilling glimpse into our future that looks like it was shot by the ghost of Mario Bava.” —John Martin, @Freudstein2016
“This is not just a short, atmospheric horror film, nor an excellently understated monologue, it is a quiet and desperate rumination on the nature of humanity itself.” —Jasper Bark, @jasperbark
“Writer-director Chrissie Harper, with the help of sole actor Liam Woon, creates an overwhelming sense of dread, that all hope is lost. [Woon] is given the huge task of being the only actor, a job he seems to relish as he delivers his monologue poetically and concisely.” —Guy Russell, @BudGuyer Source: Review on Midlands Movies
Public premiere at the Grindhouse Planet Film Festival, November 2018; star Liam Woon and producer Steve Green pose with organiser Marc Hamill.