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Waiting Time

Waiting Time
Waiting Time

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Year

2016

Duration

11 minutes

Genres

Short Films, Thriller

Language

German (English subtitles)


Synopsis

Babysitter Anna finishes her night shift and waits for her bus home. When she is the last person at the bus stop she becomes alert to the fact that there is an unsettling man getting closer and closer to her, and must think quickly to avert a dangerous situation. This short thriller deals with street harassment and staying safe in public.

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This film has not been certified by the BBFC but does contain themes of harassment.

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