Dark Comedy Short Films
Priska Mom (48) is not at home. Her daughter Priska (20) invites her boyfriend, Ron(22) to accompany her. Priska & Ron is watching movie together while eating a bowl of spicy seblak (local Sundanese snack) with Ron. On the way home, Priska's Mom get a rumour message through messaging app from the neighbors of a guy enter her apartment unit. When Mama Priska arrives, she found her daughter with a guy in a room after hears a hissing voice. Mama Priska could not tolerate her daughter at that moment.
Si Joey (played by Bob Jbeili) on his way home, meets a hitchhiker. A strange looking old man in a suit carrying a mysterious suitcase, Dom (played by GB Labrador) asking him to ride with him to the city to drop him off. After the long road trip at paghahanap ng isang gotohan, ginabi na ang dalawa. Hanggang pinara sila ng dalawang pulis, asking kung saan sila papunta. It turns out that the police officers was after Dom. Joey leaves Dom in a middle of nowhere after an argument over the suitcase. Joey finds something that belongs to Dom. Binalikan niya si Dom.The police officers then abducted Dom, it is revealed that Dom was supposed to meet them in a drop off location to deliver the suitcase but he bailed on them instead. Now they are prompting him to open the mysterious suitcase.Joey arrives and rescues Dom, but is critically injured. When they went home together, Dom surprisingly learns that Joey’s fiancé is Elena, his daughter. A mysterious van looks at them from afar.In an after credits scene, Dom gives Joey the suitcase as a wedding gift. Joey opens the case but not revealing to the audience what’s inside.
After a life-long military career John returns to his childhood home. His experiences have left him struggling to adapt to civilian life, but his old friend Jim is desperate to help him re-integrate into the village. Jim invites John to spend a day at his community radio station, but reports surface of a mysterious viral epidemic threatening the village. Now it’s up to them to save the community. Set in a tight-knit, traditional, British village, Radio is a touching story about old friendships, overcoming anxiety and companionship.
Sonu and Chintu have been waiting for this summer holiday trip. They are seeking new adventure this time. The night before the trip, Their father decides to plan each and everything in democratic mannerism. But what happens with them during the trip, changes their belief system forever about our Democracy. Would they be able to regain their belief again?