National competition of short student films
| 11 minutes | 2016
Water drips from the ceiling while condensation covers the walls but goes unnoticed. The tide recedes to reveal the extent of the damage of constant moisture. A life not lived and regrets piling up inspire a superficial change of scenery, to attempt a profound shift in the tide. A man follows a lizard to the desert in an attempt to break out of the confines of his dismal life.Presented by ECUAD | EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN as part of the Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant.
As part of RPCÉ 2 : FILMS EN COMPÉTITION
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