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by David Lilley and Stephen Gray
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Deep in the beautiful woods a little girl happens across a mysterious wall, but all is not as it seems in this enchanting short.
And so the Ouroboros will be doomed to bite it’s own tale forever… Dark!! Great style
Very atmospheric – I was drawn in and hence I am now also behind the door……
Loveed the atmosphere & what a cracking young actress!
Excellent little film. So much communicated in such a short time.
Loved the concept and what a little star…
Excellent really enjoyed it and what a great actress!
Very imaginative and creative.Good acting!
Seriously atmospheric and just a little scary. Excellent visual and sound effects.
What a wonderful actress. Very haunting…
Thanks for all the comments. I’m pleased you’re all enjoying our film. This was Imogen’s first film and she was a total pro, especially seeing as we shot the majority of the film greenscreen. There were times when she correcting both myself and Stephen regarding the location of the door, we would have been lost without her. I’m sure she’s going to a star of the future.
makes the hairs stand up on the back of my neck – awesome performance from Imogen
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Excellent animation, set and filming and a lovely actress in the making there!! 5 stars.
Strangely compelling and evocative – very reminiscent of one of my childhood dreams. Imogen is a gifted and beautiful young actor, too.
Loved it! tingle-ly spine chilling stuff. Who is on the other side of the wall? Excellent animation, music and mood. And what a star Imogen is. Well done everyone!
Short but compelling. What an performance by Imogen.
Nice film, beautifully shot
I want to know what happens next!More please!
I want to know ahat happens next. More please!
How fabulous! the secret garden meets horror movie. A cliffhanger
Fantastic,captivating setting. What happens next? Very talented young actress.
fab! Very atmospheric, compels to know more, yet chills with the undercurrent of what may happen :O0
That was awesome!
How did you find such talented twins
AMAZING!!!!! Little actress in the making!
Out of all the looping themed films this year, this one has to be the best!
Clever story, clean cinematography and a very convincing actress.
Just imagine hundreds of copies of her stuck behind this wall thinking God not again!
Spooky, superb, sterling job. Imogen is sensational!
Excellent! What an amazing little rising star!
Brilliant! many congratulations
Reminded me of The Secret Garden (the dark version), enticingly lead through the dark mysterious door, memorising. Loved it and brilliantly portrayed by the actress.
Well done Imogen Harcombe! And the moral of the story is, ‘Never trust a Tory voice on the other side of the door!’
Definitely leaves you wanting to know what happens next! Professionally shot and talented young actress. Well done!!
beautifully filmed, great young actress, need more!
that’s a bit spooky, love it!
This is one of the few that actually seem legit, not an advertisement or some pretentiously “deep film” that no one, including the writer and director, knows what it’s about. Great work!
If you go down to the woods today, don’t listen to what the voices say, And any keys upon the floor, pocket – don’t go thru the door!
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