Alter Ego

When an apathetic office worker realizes that something is off about his workplace, he must find a way out or risk being trapped in a nightmare.

Director’s Statement

As a kid, I have distinct memories of going to visit my parents at their work. I remember seeing what looked like a labyrinth, made of massive gray cubical walls surrounding their office. This experience permeated my subconscious, causing me to develop a fear of being stuck at an similar work place. This is what I wanted to explore in this film. Alter Ego is a film about my fears and really at the end of the day, the only obstacle I need to face is myself.