Four Minutes Til Midnight
Nevermore Film Festival Presents

Four Minutes Til Midnight

Long-Form Narrative Shorts
A Bitter Was the Desert - 2020 Jury Award Winner: Best Long-Form Narrative Short

(Various Countries, 106 min)

United States: The Rabbit Hole is set during the end of the Vietnam War as Mason Hurley returns home after losing all of his men in combat. The more he tries to not deal with his PTSD, and lock it away, the more it comes to the surface and affects not only Mason but his entire family until it manifests into PTSD Paranormal Psychosis. In Jac Kessler’s Popsy, Briggs Sheridan can't chase his gambling-dragon fast enough, and when it looks to cost him more than a few broken limbs, he unwittingly puts more skin in the game than intended. Germany:Séance tells the creepy tale of a successful mentalist and a medium who specialize in classic ghost summons for private and social occasions. On this evening their job leads them to Jochen, who has inherited the house of his grandmother and wants to surprise some of his friends with a truly scary ghost appearance. Now, they are getting far worse than they ever imagined. Spain:A Bitter was the Desert is about an 18th-century French nobleman who invites his friends to dinner. It is, in fact, his first dinner party after the death of his beloved wife. Everything is proceeding with maximum tranquility…until a peculiar dessert and a macabre game jeopardize the French nobility.

Individual Tickets $10 | 10-Pass $80
(Various Countries, 106 min.)



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