USA | 2012 | 31 minutes | Billy Hanson
Playing immediately following the Anthropophagia Panel 6:00 pm, Friday September 9!
A disgraced surgeon stranded on a deserted island with no food and only a handful of supplies must go to great lengths to stay alive for rescue that may never come. Based on the short story by Stephen King.
Since August of 2012, this film has been screened all over the world, including Australia, China, Brazil, The Netherlands, Canada, and all over the U.S.A. It has also received several awards, including two Awards of Excellence (Acting and Short Film) from the Accolade Competition. At Horrible Imaginings, it will be screening in conjunction with a panel on the myths and realities of cannibalism. You will see why!
Cast: Gideon Emery
Cinematographer: Billy Hanson
Music: Charles Honderick, Noah Pollock
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