Here be danger.
Creating a complete world in 11 minutes, writer/director John Humber crafts a film drenched in ever-building tension.
It starts as a seemingly-simple tale of a man living out past the edge of civilization, tending his traps and gardens, a half-seen photo on the mantlepiece hinting at his previous life.
Then, things take several unexpected turns with the introduction of others into his solitary lifestyle.
It’s easy to see how this could be expanded into a feature film, but it works perfectly at its current length.
Get on, drop the knockout punch, and get back off the stage.