Callum

Callum
Callum

Year

2011

Duration

14 minutes

Genres

Short Films

Language

English

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Numb from the death of Joanna, a girl he was only just getting to know, Callum drifts through school and home life but always returning to the train station platform where he last saw her. As the police investigate Joanna’s death, Callum is chased by a group of boys from school telling him not to say anything. But what does he know? As flashbacks reveal what actually happened that night at the train station, Callum must make a decision about what to do with his secret. A coming-of-age tale that carries a powerful message of how quickly reckless actions can turn to tragedy.

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