Somebody’s watching me.
The star of this creepy lil’ short film is a stressed-out young woman played by stage star Rose Hemingway.
Everywhere she turns in the big city, people loom at her, invading her personal space, lingering just a split-second too long for comfort.
Looking to get away, to get some … alone time, Hemingway takes off on a solo trip deep into the dark, silent woods, which immediately conjures up all sorts of possible bad ways this could end.
But give director Rod Blackhurst more credit, as he crafts something else entirely, with a wowza of a stinger.