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Wasteworld

Andrea Niada
United Kingdom, 2015, 12 min.

In English (No Dialogue).
Includes violence.

A woman hatches into a menacing world made of bin bags where she must find the key to a mysterious container, which holds the terrifying secret of this strange place.

Director's Statement

Wasteworld is a film about fear in the face of absurdity, set in an ominous, absurd place. The story is simple, as I wanted to focus on the use of sound and images to try to extract strong emotions and sensations from the audience, without relying on dialogue and narrative.

Category: Experimental.
Themes: World Cinema.

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