A simple yet beautifully choreographed short by lab35 FILMS, telling the story of a girl stuck in the middle of nowhere.
A girl in the middle of nowhere has to find her way out. Time seems never to pass and as her wish of being somewhere else grows, a process of self awareness rises up.
This short movie was filmed in Utah, between its dusty landscapes. Hanksville is an actual striking town where we have shot over 90% of the takes. The creepy motel, that once was called "Desert Inn" Motel, is now a "protected area" for tin-dinosaurs, pieces of art by a local man, admired by the tourists. We had the chance to meet his sister and get the permission to shoot whatever we wanted to.We have to thank all the people who helped us out and took part in this low budget film without asking anything in return.
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