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Year

2020

Duration

5 minutes

Genres

Drama, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

In this thought-provoking British short film, a driver makes polite small talk with a passenger that he has just picked up, but the latter doesn’t seem to be in the mood for a chat. The passenger, as it turns out, works in film, an industry that the driver is curious about, so he takes the opportunity to find out more. But just below the surface of the light conversation about this mutual interest is a growing awareness of disparity, so that the encounter becomes charged with raw tension. Shot during lockdown through ingenious workarounds, this short film will resonate powerfully with young people exploring their creativity and preparing to navigate what can sometimes feel like a very intimidating world of work. 

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