// SLEEPER

// SLEEPER
// SLEEPER

Year

2018

Duration

7 minutes

Genres

Animation, Artist Film

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in a grey, declining industrial city, a man lives alone waiting to hear from any form of life through a set of monitors. When he sees a strange light outside his window and it appears someone is trying to make contact him he ventures outside to see what awaits him. This suspenseful sci-fi animation short has an intriguing narrative heightened by a haunting soundtrack.

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