Shorty-Shorts :: 10-Minutes or Less • 3m 11s
Written and directed by Nile Price, this short film is a metaphor for depression. Looking back over his life, a man sits at the edge of a pier, defeated. With misery, sadness, loss of faith, and no reason to live, the man looks for a way out. But does he go too far to where he can't come back?
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