SHORTS PROGRAM 2
419, Alexander Esteyatse, Director
419 center around two British-Nigerian brothers, older brother Ade and younger brother Segun are involved in an illegal family business. Ade is ending it while Segun wants to continued it.
Narrative Short: 18:57
APOCRITO, Fundora Ernesto Hernandez Director, (17:00min)
A story where the restive city of Mexico is offered as background characters to draw psychological and human postures typical of a big city. A story where morality, religion and reason are manipulated for selfish personal gain by individuals who change their destiny with crafty opportunism.
ISRAELI FILM, BENI FREMAN, DIRECTOR (29:26min)
7 year old Hadar is behaving strangely. She keeps killing animals in order to eliminate an imaginary monster that's pursuing her. Her father, a rich and powerful man, covers up her behavior by silencing people with payoffs and by refusing to send Hadar to psychiatric treatment. Hermother, who believes the monster is actually concealing a trauma, in a desperate move fabricates a criminal violation against the father accusing him of an assault, and gets him arrested. She then takes Hadar to undergo a futuristic and risky operation for trauma removal. As the father manages to escape and starts his way to stop the daughter's operation by any means necessary, the mother learns that the girl has much more than one trauma.
IN THE MOURNING, Choice Skinner Director (10:30min)
A police officer confronts his wife after the death of their son.
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