Future. Man B has liberated himself from a dystopian society. He finds himself in an abandoned park place, experiencing nature for the first time.
By chance he encounters an eccentric holy man, sitting upon an old battered bench feeding ducks. His name is Cosmic Charlie.
Charlie presents Man B with an utterly surreal conception of truth, imparting a brief but epiphanic glimpse of that which lays beyond the senses.
Mr Jameson is having a Thursday like any other. That is, until arriving home from work to answer a cold call the likes of which you've never come across. And hopefully never will.
Mike is an employee of the Suicide Hotline, and he takes his job very seriously. Only the Suicide Hotline isn't in the prevention game - as Mike himself would say, 'Instead of offering comfort and coping strategies, we're here to accelerate the suicide process. We're facilitators.’
Winner: Best Comedy at the Canberra Short Film Festival, and Best Story at the Sick 'n' Wrong Film Festival.
Finalist: Best Script at the Macabre Faire Film Festival, and Best Film at One Shot Movie Competition,
Official Selection: London Short Film Festival, Foyle Film Festival, Edmonton Film Festival, The Smalls Film Festival, London Lift Off Film Festival, Cutting Edge International Film Festival, SOMA Film Festival, London Film Club: Film Festival, Macabre Faire Film Festival, London-Worldwide Comedy Short Film Festival, 2017 Curious Arts Festival, Satisfied Eye International Film Festival, Lausanne Underground Film & Music Festival and the Comedy Cluj International Film Festival.