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After an unfortunate event, Steve finds himself dead and unable to pass into the afterlife, after discovering that someone is obsessed with him in the living world. Therefore, Steve and his recently assigned "Afterlife Agent", Aaron, must hunt down this elusive person and erase their memory, or else Steve could find himself with a fate worse than death.

  • Hsin Yu Chang
  • Hsin Yu Chang
  • Fabricio Brandi
  • Angelina Medynska
  • Philip Bedwell
    Key Cast
  • Nansi Love
    Key Cast
  • Leej Ramirez
    Key Cast
  • Courtney Wright
    Art Director
  • Sonny Baez
    DIrector of Photography
  • Lluc Mestre
  • Thomas Nangle
  • Hsin Yu Chang
  • Fu Ping Lee
  • Francesco Tresca
  • Peter Pichnor
  • Adrian Walter
    Sound Designer
  • Ruo Hsin Wu
  • Tiffany Smith
    Key Makeup
  • Chiara Ramiro
    Key Hairstyling
  • Tamsin Robinson
    Costume Designer
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Drama, Comedy, Dark comedy, Surreal
  • Runtime:
    17 minutes 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 26, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    7,440 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, ARRI Alexa Classic
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2.37 (64:27)
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Central Film School
Director Biography - Hsin Yu Chang

Hsin-Yu is a Taiwanese filmmaker who recently finished her MA studies in Filmmaking in London.

Starting her career as a well-established editor at "Empty Shells" and "Lacuna", she is now focusing her drive and passion into directing, having directed a number of shorts and music videos.

As an editor by trade, Hsin-Yu’s style of film making heavily utilizes visual aspects and timing to create her own brand of humour and drama. Alongside bold colour palettes and unusual characters, Hsin-Yu loves to address serious issues through an unconventional lens.

Based in London, Hsin-Yu plans to further develop her skills and ideas, as she plans to reach a more international audience with her films.

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Director Statement

Bad things happen every day, so why don’t we see them from a different perspective? Just because we’ve been through bad times, it shouldn’t mean we should let go of what makes us, "US".

Sometimes, I think humour is an important element for staying strong in this world. In LIMBO, we talk about death, memory and understanding. The story uses an unfortunate and unusual event to bring out the moral journey that deep down, a lot of us have been through or are going through.

With this film, I want to explore the power of memory, and how, even the bad ones are important, as they define who we are and make us realise, and value, the good times even more.