After a stroke, that has left him without the use of his speech, an old man fines himself alone waiting for the return of his daughter who left a year earlier. When she returns he learns that life is about living, dying and the grey space between the two.
Andy is like a lot of young men, he loves his girlfriend and hates his job, but what sets him apart from most isn’t the life he leads, it’s what’s living in his wall.
To be a gaucho means to be honest and kind to all living creatures. Now in his seventies, Heraldo Riel became a gaucho at the age of nine just like his father before him, and has stayed true to the spirit of his profession while in the midst of a[…]
No one escapes Death, but Jones will sure as heck try. Living in honour of his dead war buddy, Jones will brush the dust off his boom-stick and go tango with Death itself. Death In D Minor is created by 5 students for a college final project from The One[…]